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The parliamentary election took place early in Ukraine, originally planned for October but moved ahead by Zelensky.

Looks like Zelensky's party won a plurality with 253 seats, the openly pro-Russian Opposition coalition came in second with 44 seats (led by a Putin associate), Tymoshenko's and Poroshenko's parties came in third with 25 seats each, followed by the rock musician Vakarchuk's new party with 20 seats, and another Opposition-related party got 6 seats (the original Opposition Bloc had a split between two factions).

The remainder of seats went to a few other minor parties and different independents.

Amusing to see the Svoboda party, which is a coalition including various Ukrainian nationalist groups, including the Azov political wing "National Corps" and the infamous Right Sector, only got 1 seat, having lost 6 seats from the previous Rada composition. The pro-Russian parties did better than the combined forces of Ukrainian nationalists, and that's good to see.

It will be interesting to see what Zelensky does now that the parliament is looking better for him, but it seems so far like he has already sold it to the Anglo Zionist establishment and his administration will just be more of the same. But maybe he will still make some effort to improve relations with Russia and speak to Putin. However, the vote results themselves are whitepilling, it seems the majority of people are skeptical of the openly pro-NATO/EU establishment represented by Poroshenko, and of course the Opposition party's performance in being the second largest share of the seats is also encouraging.
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07-23-2019 01:38 PM
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(07-23-2019 01:38 PM)Knight of Malta Wrote:  The parliamentary election took place early in Ukraine, originally planned for October but moved ahead by Zelensky.

Looks like Zelensky's party won a plurality with 253 seats, the openly pro-Russian Opposition coalition came in second with 44 seats (led by a Putin associate), Tymoshenko's and Poroshenko's parties came in third with 25 seats each, followed by the rock musician Vakarchuk's new party with 20 seats, and another Opposition-related party got 6 seats (the original Opposition Bloc had a split between two factions).

The remainder of seats went to a few other minor parties and different independents.

Amusing to see the Svoboda party, which is a coalition including various Ukrainian nationalist groups, including the Azov political wing "National Corps" and the infamous Right Sector, only got 1 seat, having lost 6 seats from the previous Rada composition. The pro-Russian parties did better than the combined forces of Ukrainian nationalists, and that's good to see.

It will be interesting to see what Zelensky does now that the parliament is looking better for him, but it seems so far like he has already sold it to the Anglo Zionist establishment and his administration will just be more of the same. But maybe he will still make some effort to improve relations with Russia and speak to Putin. However, the vote results themselves are whitepilling, it seems the majority of people are skeptical of the openly pro-NATO/EU establishment represented by Poroshenko, and of course the Opposition party's performance in being the second largest share of the seats is also encouraging.

During his presidential campaign, Zelensky promised to make peace in Donbass. As soon as he got elected, he said it's impossible to speak with the "separatists".

Now that he got the majority in parliament, Zelensky will have no excuses for falling to deliver on his promises. He will fail (like Poroshenko who promised to make peace in one week) and he will not be reelected.
He will get richer in the process though...

Interesting interview from Oliver Stone on the Ukrainian situation:

http://thesaker.is/president-putins-inte...ver-stone/

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What did samopovich do ?
07-29-2019 08:25 AM
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(07-23-2019 02:07 PM)Lika Wrote:  
(07-23-2019 01:38 PM)Knight of Malta Wrote:  The parliamentary election took place early in Ukraine, originally planned for October but moved ahead by Zelensky.

Looks like Zelensky's party won a plurality with 253 seats, the openly pro-Russian Opposition coalition came in second with 44 seats (led by a Putin associate), Tymoshenko's and Poroshenko's parties came in third with 25 seats each, followed by the rock musician Vakarchuk's new party with 20 seats, and another Opposition-related party got 6 seats (the original Opposition Bloc had a split between two factions).

The remainder of seats went to a few other minor parties and different independents.

Amusing to see the Svoboda party, which is a coalition including various Ukrainian nationalist groups, including the Azov political wing "National Corps" and the infamous Right Sector, only got 1 seat, having lost 6 seats from the previous Rada composition. The pro-Russian parties did better than the combined forces of Ukrainian nationalists, and that's good to see.

It will be interesting to see what Zelensky does now that the parliament is looking better for him, but it seems so far like he has already sold it to the Anglo Zionist establishment and his administration will just be more of the same. But maybe he will still make some effort to improve relations with Russia and speak to Putin. However, the vote results themselves are whitepilling, it seems the majority of people are skeptical of the openly pro-NATO/EU establishment represented by Poroshenko, and of course the Opposition party's performance in being the second largest share of the seats is also encouraging.

During his presidential campaign, Zelensky promised to make peace in Donbass. As soon as he got elected, he said it's impossible to speak with the "separatists".

Now that he got the majority in parliament, Zelensky will have no excuses for falling to deliver on his promises. He will fail (like Poroshenko who promised to make peace in one week) and he will not be reelected.
He will get richer in the process though...

Interesting interview from Oliver Stone on the Ukrainian situation:

http://thesaker.is/president-putins-inte...ver-stone/

It's amazing how naive Ukranians can be after living in a country that was cleaned out to bones by the ((usual)) free market types in the 1990s. You would think people living and working in 30 year old ruins of a former state (USSR) would have caught on that they were bamboozled by Yeltsin and the Libertarian promise makers.
I speak to Ukranians, if you push them hard enough, they will say that there was more security and abundance in Soviet times, but they still like Ukraine today, again if you push them, they say something absurd, like the internet, a technological advance independent of what country you live in???
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