Verkhovna Rada Deputy from the faction “Samopomich” Yegor Sobolev in his Facebook announced that the activists started to block the objects of the Corporation Roshen, owned by the country’s President, Petro Poroshenko.
“In response to the blocking of the President is important for the country’s anti-corruption solutions to veterans of the war of independence began to block his work,” wrote Sobolev.
He pointed out that in Yahotyn (Kyiv region) activists blocked the road to a logistics center Roshen, and the winery was blocked plant.
“No weapons, no destruction, quietly and orderly. Tomorrow (29 October — approx. “Of the tape.ru”) let’s go shopping sweets to convince people not to give any hryvnia businessman who neglects the presidential duties. If Petro Poroshenko is not governed by any laws, neither the voice of reason, even if the desire not to lose the profit will revive him,” he added.
From 17 October, at the building of the Verkhovna Rada of the Ukrainian opposition on an indefinite protest. The demonstrators have set up tents, barricades and a field kitchen. Among the participants, besides the members of the “movement of new forces” of Mikhail Saakashvili, became the activists of “Batkivschyna”, “Samopomich”, the nationalist party “Freedom” and “national building” and other organizations. The protesters demanded to cancel parliamentary immunity, to create the country’s anti-corruption court and to change the electoral law.
The founder of the confectionery Corporation Roshen — Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko. In the beginning of 2016 he passed he owned shares to the management trust of the Rothschilds. The holding consists of six companies in the Ukraine and Klaipeda confectionery factory (Lithuania). The Russian division in Lipetsk ceased operations in 2017.