Altercation that occurred between President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko and local residents during his visit to the historical memorial reserve “bykivnya graves”, indicates the dissatisfaction of Ukrainians with his work. Such an opinion in his Twitter expressed member of the Council of Federation Alexei Pushkov.
Alexei Pushkov (@Alexey_Pushkov)
21 may 2017, 22:18
Ukrainian political analyst Oleg Soskin in an interview with National news service (NSN) said that the President of Ukraine conflicts with the population. “He absolutely rejected by civil society, especially after the unprecedented brutal decree on social networks. The hatred for him is growing,” he said.
On 21 may, the Day of memory of victims of political repression, Poroshenko visited “bykivnya graves”. The congregation began to ask the President questions about his income and property, and demanded to “hold judges to not steal”. In the end, the Ukrainian leader decided to stop communicating and leave the reserve. After he shouted “shame!” (“Shame!”) and “Liar!”.
February 25, Petro Poroshenko booed during the Champions League match between Dynamo Kiev and Manchester city. A year earlier, the inhabitants met him with a disapproving cries during the ceremony of commemoration of those killed during the events on Maidan in February 2014.