Peter, Porosencova: RIA Novosti
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko announced the resignation of the governors of all regions in the event of his victory in the second round of elections on April 21. His words are quoted by TASS.
“All heads of regional administrations will retire, and in their places are the appointed leaders of the United territorial communities, which already showed its efficiency and deserve a raise,” said he.
According to Poroshenko, the results of the first ballot showed him how Ukrainians are dissatisfied with the actions of the government, but the President is inclined to place the primary responsibility on inefficient local authorities. He announced the arrival of many “new young people” to his team.
Earlier, Poroshenko stated that he had received a “hard lesson” in the elections on March 31 and will hold significant changes in his team. So he responded to reports that his main opponent in the elections voted mostly young people. The Ukrainian leader has promised to attract more young people into power and not to appoint to key positions in the country of their friends and business partners.
Sunday, April 7, Ukraine’s Central election Commission announced results of the first round of presidential elections. By results of processing of electronic and paper protocols Vladimir Zelensky received 30,24 percent of the vote, Poroshenko — by 15.95 percent. The second round is scheduled for April 21.
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