Batkivshchyna Party Leader Yulia Tymoshenko says the new government in Ukraine that will be formed following the results of the presidential and parliamentary elections will have every opportunity to make fundamental and profound changes in every person’s life. Batkivshchyna will become a party to these changes in the new “coalition of action” that can show results in the first 100 days of work.
“After the parliamentary elections a broad ‘coalition of action’ should be formed of pro-European, patriotic and democratic forces. We will be happy to work in such a ‘coalition of action’ and will propose our New Course for Ukraine as a step-by-step plan for the revival of Ukraine,” Yulia Tymoshenko said during a press conference in Kyiv on June 21.
According to the politician, the next important step is the abolition of all government resolutions and decisions of the Verkhovna Rada that were corrupt in nature and which led to people becoming poorer and the country economically weaker.
“We have a register of such decisions by Groysman’s Government and the Verkhovna Rada, and we have drafted plans for the abolition of decisions of the previous government that were adopted against the interests of Ukraine,” the parliamentarian said.
According to the people’s deputy, after the change of power a total audit of all resources of Ukraine should be conducted.
“An audit of our state property should be carried out during the first month,” she said.
The Head of the Batkivshchyna Party also noted that the new government should adopt a State Budget for 2020 that will ensure the economy grows by at least 7% annually and will protect the interests of people. This includes a review of the inappropriate tariff policy, adoption of a new Tax Code, transparency of customs clearance, and change in the monetary policy of the NBU.
“This is all part of an urgent package of actions that should be taken in the first 100 days. I hope that after the reboot of parliament and election of a new government this will be the package for the first 100 days of work,” Yulia Tymoshenko added.