People’s deputy of Ukraine from “EU” Ivanna Klimpush-Tsintsadze said this on Espresso.
“I think that the Ukrainian authorities will report on how they have made serious progress in fulfilling the requirements of the European Council and the European Commission, which were set for us when we were granted candidate status. We can state that the only requirement that has been fulfilled is the appointment of the head of the SAP,” she believes. . .
In her opinion, in all other things that are provided by Ukraine in one way or another, there is a certain manipulation and a certain cunning.
“Starting with the fulfillment of the requirement to change the selection of judges of the Constitutional Court and with regard to NABU. It is as if a competition has now been launched and at the same time a draft law on changing the selection rules has been registered. This undermines this competition for the head of the bureau. The same is true with the draft law on mass media, which is being voted on in an urgent manner in the first “. readings on August 30,” said the member of parliament.
Klimpush-Tsintsadze believes that the draft law contains a huge number of norms that “roll Ukraine back from the cultural border that we have built in recent years with the Russian Federation and weaken the norms regarding restrictions for Russian performers.”
“Some of these things undermine our national security, and some of them cannot go unnoticed by petty philandering on the part of our partners,” she concluded.