In Ukraine, the deadline for the introduction of martial law was revealed to Zelensky

Lyashko: Zelensky on December 1 plans to introduce martial law in Ukraine for two months

Martial law may soon be introduced in Ukraine. This was stated by the leader of the Radical Party and former deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Oleg Lyashko. He also revealed the expected date for the introduction of the special regime – December 1. Lyashko's words are reported by the Nash TV channel.

“According to my information, Zelensky plans to introduce a military situation in Ukraine for two months, and this is done with one goal – control over the media, “- said the politician.

According to Lyashko, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy hopes in this way to more effectively fight the protests that are now going to all over the country. The leader of the Radical Party is confident that Zelensky intends to thus violate the constitutional rights of Ukrainians – to property, democratic rallies, to any public events.

On November 21, on the anniversary of the Euromaidan, opposition demonstrations took place in Ukraine, first of all, supporters of former President Petro Poroshenko. The protesters demanded the resignation of the head of the presidential office, Andrei Yermak, and even gave time to fulfill the demands – 10 days. Otherwise, the opposition threatened Zelensky to stage an indefinite protest.

In addition, on November 24, opponents of vaccination held a rally in front of the Verkhovna Rada. The National Security and Defense Council of the republic called this speech part of a Russian special operation to reduce the number of people vaccinated against COVID-19 in Ukraine.