February 17th, 201826 January, 2017 ▪ Lyubomyr Shavalyuk
The benefits and flaws of PrivatBank transfer into state hands
There had been talk about the possibility of PrivatBank's transition into state ownership for a long time. In December the rumours have become reality and Privat was nationalised. This decision was unprecedented. The mere fact...
The investigation to date has identified a series of activities, which, taken together, indicate that PrivatBank was subjected to a large scale and coordinated fraud over at least a ten year period, which resulted in the Bank suering a loss of at least USD 5.5 billion.
HOW FRAUD WAS CONDUCTED
1. Developing and...Yulia Tymoshenko
At the launch of my book Putin’s War Against Ukraine in parliament organised by Hanna Hopko, head of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, a German student asked about anti-Semitism in Ukraine. The question had nothing to do with my book but reflected the Western view of a Ukraine where anti-Semitism thrives. I replied that...Yulia Tymoshenko
Polish nationalism is in power in Poland. This was clearly seen in the recent Polish nationalist march which was supported by PiS (Law and Justice).
The ruling PiS (Law and Justice) party is never mentioned once! PiS has 40% support. The far right in Ukraine can't get elected to parliament.
Russia's manipulation of...Yulia Tymoshenko
1. (C) Summary. In a damning indictment of Prime Minster Yuliya Tymoshenko and her lack of leadership, respected economist, former Tymoshenko Bloc (BYuT) insider, and former Minister of Finance Viktor Pynzenyk argued that Tymoshenko would continue to work against reform. To limit her destructiveness, Pynzenyk argued for early...Yulia Tymoshenko
In the 1980s, Yulia Tymoshenko was a rising star in Komsomol (Communist Youth League) youth circles in Dnipropetrovsk (now Dnipro). Her maiden name is Grigorian from her Armenian father while her Russian mother’s surname is Telegina; she received her Ukrainian name from her Ukrainian husband Oleksandr whom she married in...Yulia Tymoshenko
What political ambitions do Yulia Tymoshenko and her party hope to
achieve before the 2019 elections?
As if there was ever any doubt, “I plan to run for the presidency,” Yulia Tymoshenko announced on the eve of Pokrova, October 14. “And we will win in order to put the country back on its feet. I don’t trust anyone else to...