Crimean Parliament Chairman: Signals of impending collapse coming from Ukraine

23.11.2018, Sevastopol.

Signals of inevitable collapse of Ukraine are coming from inside the country, the Chairman of the Crimean Parliament Vladimir Konstantinov said, RIA Novosti reported on November 22.

 “The signals that are coming from Ukraine indicate that the country is moving towards inevitable collapse, and we will be witnessing it,” Konstantinov said.

He believes that Ukraine’s main problem is the problem of power. Konstantinov noted that the collapse would result in a confrontation among the major clans for what remains of the country’s wealth, and it could take the form of another Maidan. The Chairman of the Parliament of Crimea, which re-united with Russia after leaving Ukraine, believes that Ukraine’s collapse will make a great number of people flee the country.

On November 21, Ukraine celebrated Dignity and Freedom Day, a holiday established by President Pyotr Poroshenko to commemorate the beginning of Euromaidan in 2013. The Euromaidan, which was supported by US politicians, resulted in an anti-constitutional change of power, a radically anti-Russian turn in the country’s policy, a referendum in Crimea on re-uniting with the Russian Federation, Donbass’ secession from Ukraine, and an armed conflict with the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics.

 “This is no holiday, this is a serious tragedy for the people themselves. Deepest condolences to the Ukrainian people on this day,” the Crimean Parliament Chairman said about the Ukrainian Dignity and Freedom Day in an interview to RIA Novosti.

The sentencing of ex-Crimean Parliament member Vasily Ganysh can become a signal of the coming collapse of Ukraine. In November, the Dnepr Court of Ukraine sentenced him to 12 years in prison for high treason. Konstantinov noted that Ganysh was the only Ukrainian-speaking member of the Crimean Parliament.

Vladimir Konstantinov also expressed support to the revival of Soviet traditions in school.

Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency

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