The Head of the "Fatherland" Party Yulia Tymoshenko has slammed the draft laws on the electricity market in Ukraine, proposed by the Cabinet of Ministers.
Bills on the market settlement propose direct contacts that were used before 2000 on an absolutely corrupt model. Cheap hydro and nuclear power will be sold people at least two to three times more expensive.
My question is: who will be the intermediary between hydro and nuclear power plants and the people? I say - the company "Roshen" and its metastases, said Tymoshenko as cited by a QHA correspondent.
As QHA reported earlier, today, September, 22 the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine is to consider the second reading of the bill №4493 on the state regulation of energy and utility services.
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