Today the Verkhovna Rada will actually vote for amnesty to terrorists, said Oleg Tyagnibok, the leader of the Freedom party, in an interview with QHA.
- The amendments in the budget section provide financial support to the Donbas. Now Ukraine will even feed the terrorists! It is unacceptable! said the politician.
Oleg Tyagnibok believes that in the nearest future there will be no third Maidan, as the second one is still on and its requirements have not been fulfilled yet.
- If the amendments are adopted, we will enter a new, active phase of the second Maidan. Moreover, it does not require any special organization. I often travel around the country and I know the current intensity of protest moods among Ukrainians, the Freedom leader said.
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