Yatsenyuk Arseniy separatist - full dossier, compromising evidence


ex-Prime Minister, deputy of the Verkhovna Rada ...

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Yatsenyuk Arseniy Petrovich


Yatsenyuk is still "Rabbit Senya". His fiery speeches about the "stack in the forehead" and the defense of the Maidan opened the way to the chair of the Prime Minister. For this, he willingly sacrificed other people's lives. And he also very cunningly and skillfully acquired the necessary connections, and to this day sometimes appears in the news. And on the Akhmetov channels they talk about him very often. His mind and genius could work for the benefit of the people, but unfortunately, they worked for money laundering. And his party "People's Front" is calmly laundering money through "Ukraaliznytsia", and "Ukrzaliznychpostach", NABU found out about this…

May 22, 1974
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“Rabbit Senya”

Official biography

Nicknames: Senya. Rabbit. Senya Front-line soldier. Pee, Yaytsenyuk Height and weight: 188 cm. 92 kg. Awards: Order of Prince Yaroslav the Wise, V degree For a significant personal contribution to ensuring the integration of Ukraine into the World Trade Organization Medal “For the Glory of Chernivtsi”, 2008 Winner of the anti-award Academic unworthiness in the nomination “Plagiar-2017”. Former Prime Minister of Ukraine Born May 22, 1974 in Chernivtsi in the family of teachers Peter and Maria Yatsenyuk. Hobbies According to the politician himself, most of all he loves to drive a car, and two more times a week he tries to visit the gym, where he carries “iron”. He also has a small arsenal of his weapons – several rifles and pistols, from which he sometimes likes to shoot. During his school years, he collected stamps, match labels and … dirt on classmates, for which he received the nickname Pisyai. “He looks like a nerd, but he knows the business, he solves problems,” one of the venerable Ukrainian officials described the new prime minister.


Father – Yatsenyuk Pyotr Ivanovich, was born on July 12, 1941 in the village of Kostirzhivka, Zastavnitsky district in Bukovina. In 1988 he defended his Ph.D. thesis, until 2002 he worked as deputy dean of the Faculty of History of Chernivtsi University. Mother – Yatsenyuk Maria Grigoryevna, was born on November 21, 1943 in the village of Knyazhdvir, Kolomyia district, Stanislav (now Ivano-Frankivsk) region. Maiden name Bakai (in 1953 the Bakai family moved to Kolomyia). In 1962, Maria Bakai entered the Faculty of Foreign Languages of the Chernivtsi State University.. On November 21, 1965, she became engaged to Pyotr Yatsenyuk (it is noteworthy that he was also 24 at the time!), a third-year student of the Faculty of History. In 1967, she began teaching French at the university. Sister – Alina Petrovna (aka Steel, aka Jones), born September 30, 1967, currently lives in the USA. According to her mother, Maria Grigorievna, Alina bears the surname Steel. Arseniy Yatsenyuk himself declares that her current surname is Jones. In 1999, after the marriage of Arseny, Alina and her 11-year-old daughter Ulyana went to live in Santa Barbara (California, USA). Alina works as a manager, and Ulyana studies at the University of California. Wife – Teresia Viktorovna, born in 1970. She met Arseniy Yatsenyuk in 1998 at the celebration of the New Year at Aval Bank. Now Teresia Viktorovna is on another maternity leave, her last position is a referent in Aval. When they met, Teresia presented the future father-in-law Peter Ivanovich with a solid Swiss watch, and Maria Grigorievna with expensive perfumes. Teresia Viktorovna's parents: father Viktor Illarionovich Gur is a professor of philosophy at the Kiev Polytechnic University, mother Svetlana Nikitichna is a candidate of philosophical sciences, now retired. Wife's father – Viktor Ilarionovich Gur was born on December 1, 1931 in the Sumy region. The Gurov family, according to Viktor Illarionovich, is allegedly connected with the old Polish-Ukrainian family of the Lebedinskys. The great-great-grandfather of the philosopher, the Krakow architect Sigismund Lebedinsky, was exiled by the tsarist government to Sloboda for supporting the interests of the Polish peasantry. In 1949, Viktor Gur graduated from the Kiev Suvorov Military School, in 1951 – the Kiev Military Infantry School, in 1960 – the Faculty of History and Philosophy of Kyiv University. During his postgraduate studies at KSU, under the influence of a number of Moscow and Leningrad scientists, in particular the author of the monograph “Humanism”, rather unorthodox for Soviet times, Maria Petrosyan and her husband, Professor Khachik Momdzhyan, he became interested in the problems of social democratic theory. Since 1965 he taught ethics at the KPP. Since 1984 – Associate Professor, and since 1995 – Professor of the Department of Philosophy of the KPP. He is the author of a number of works on political theory, in particular, published in 1997 with the assistance of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation, the monograph The Ethical Concept of German Social Democracy: Bad Godesberg, 1959-1989, Berlin. Grandfather of Arseniy Yatsenyuk – Grigory Dmitrievich Bakai, lived in the village of Kniazhdvir, Kolomyia district of Stanislav (now Ivano-Frankivsk) region. In 1953, the Bakai family moved to Kolomyia. Arseny Yatsenyuk's maternal aunt, Miroslava Grigorets, lives near Kolomyia. Yatsenyuk's uncle was a Ukrainian politician and publicist, the late Pyotr Mirchuk from Philadelphia (USA), who, at the direction of Roman Shukhevych, went to the USA during the war to write the history of the OUN-UPA. Thus, Arseniy Petrovich in the environment of the Ukrainian Bandera diaspora is quite his own person. Ukrainian politician rarely talks about his family In a recent interview with Dmitry Gordon, Arseniy Yatsenyuk spoke about his children, wife and parents. According to the politician, his wife Teresia has mastered a new profession. “I found myself in a new one and works in a state clinic. She had such an inner vocation, and she has now begun to realize it, ”said Yatsenyuk. In addition, the politician said that his parents still live in Chernivtsi and do not plan to move to the capital.. This fact upsets Yatsenyuk very much, because he does not always have the opportunity to see his parents often. “They do not want to. They have many friends there.. There's a whole atmosphere. This is the entire university intelligentsia, their friends from time immemorial. They go somewhere to a restaurant, somewhere to take a walk. Their lives are there. To transport them to Kyiv is like taking and cutting off the roots,” said Arseniy. It is worth noting that Arseniy Yatsenyuk speaks of mom and dad with great warmth. According to him, all the good that is in him was laid down by his parents. “I have wonderful parents. And all the good that is inherent in me is, first of all, dad and mom. And even my view of the world before the moment when I got into very tough politics was formed precisely by my family, friends of my parents, the environment, the city of Chernivtsi, the intelligentsia, the university, foreigners who then came to Ukraine. And it was still Soviet times, and then there was an exchange program between Canadian and Ukrainian universities. And then, in fact, the world was formed, ”the politician shared his memories. It is also worth noting that the daughters of a politician rarely get into the lenses of the paparazzi.. The youngest daughter Sophia is studying at school, Kristina is at the university.

Interesting Facts

– A Greek Catholic, which he considers a matter of pride – In September 2009, Yatsenyuk was included in the publication “50 famous Jews of Ukraine”, compiled by a professor at the Shimon Dubnov Academy of Jewish History and Culture, President of the Lviv Regional Jewish Community Rudolf Mirsky and Executive Director of the Academy of History and Culture Jews by Alexander Naiman. Arseniy Yatsenyuk himself has repeatedly stated that his parents are Ukrainians. – In early February 2014, an audio recording of a telephone conversation by a representative of the US State Department, Victoria Nuland, was posted on the Internet, during which she called Arseniy Petrovich Yats

national question

For the first time, the question of Arseniy Yatsenyuk's Jewishness was raised in March 2007, when he was appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine.. At the same time, for the first time, it was stated that Arseniy Yatsenyuk, despite the slander of hostile forces, is a purebred Ukrainian. When Yatsenyuk was elected speaker of the Verkhovna Rada, a representative of the Party of Regions asked him about his nationality: “Arseniy Petrovich, are you a Jew?” Yatsenyuk again replied that he was Ukrainian. Then, finishing off the “message” to the very hat, Anna German, also a deputy from the Party of Regions, took the floor and apologized for her colleague, noting that the Party of Regions treats people with respect, regardless of their ethnic origin. It's been that way since then. Some call Yatsenyuk a Jew. And as a result, they conclude that he cannot occupy one or another leadership position.. The second say: so what, that he is a Jew. Still others say that it is not bad that he is a Jew, but that he does not recognize it. On August 18, 2009, a certain gentleman in a kippah appeared on the TV channels of Kharkov, who called himself Yuri Duvinsky. He read out the appeal of the “Jews of Ukraine”, who, it turns out, are all “ready to support Yatsenyuk”, only demand from him: “You should not shy away from being Jewish and, finally, officially declare that you are a Jew and are proud of it.” Further, Mr. in a kippah explained what exactly the unfortunate Yatsenyuk should be proud of. It turns out that his mother’s maiden name is Bakai, she comes from the “most ancient Jewish family”, and her ancestor “wrote the Talmud”. He also voiced the “appeal of the Jewish people” to Yatsenyuk, in which, in a denunciatory and slanderous tone, it is indicated: “we have great respect for your wife Teresa, whose family roots come from the ancient family of Horus, Gur, I apologize, who gave the world the first minister defense of Israel… Reference: Israeli political scientist Ilya Rosenfeld: “Ukrainian news agencies are constantly reporting that Yatsenyuk’s mother comes from the Talmudic family Bakaev. Where did they get the Talmudic clan Bakaev from? From which anti-Semitic leaflet? Who told them that the Bakai created the Talmud? Talmud – a record of oral Jewish teachings was created by generations of Jewish sages of the Land of Israel and Babylon. But your “Bakaevs” were not among the creators of the Talmud. What you could see if you did not limit yourself to absorbing Nazi propaganda, but at least opened the page of the Jewish encyclopedia on the Internet. Lord Ukrainian black PR people! You yourself are children of the mountains! I understand that you don’t need to read books, your criminal customers, confusing politics with banditry, also eat the nonsense that you ship. But a little literacy wouldn't hurt you either.. The first Minister of Defense of Israel, for your information, was David Ben-Gurion. Ben Gurion is a pseudonym. He was born with the surname Green in the city of Plock in 1886.. We could have come up with something better!” Education In 1991, he graduated from Panas Mirny Specialized English School No. 9 with a silver medal. In 1996, he graduated from the Faculty of Law of Yuriy Fedkovich Chernivtsi National University with a degree in jurisprudence. In 2001, Arseniy Pertrovich received a second higher education with a degree in accounting and auditing at the Chernivtsi Institute of Trade and Economics of the Kyiv National Trade and Economic University. Yatsenyuk has a PhD in Economics – in 2004 he defended his dissertation on the topic “Organization of the system of banking supervision and regulation in Ukraine.” Not an official biography According to Arseny, in the 90s he sold on the market, as he put it “Sherpotryap”, and taxied in a VAZ2102 car at night, this was Arseny's first car, bought for two with his friend.

“YurEk Ltd”

Already after the whole of Ukraine learned about Yatsenyuk’s policy, his school biology teacher told reporters that since adolescence, Yatsenyuk started a dossier on the people around him. Allegedly, it was a magazine in which Arseny pasted photographs and entered a description regarding mental abilities, personal qualities, appearance, inclinations and tastes of personalities of interest to him. Those who have known Yatsenyuk since childhood characterize him as “a boy who was always on his own mind”. Always observed, analyzed and found the right solutions. What is important – he not only collected compromising evidence, but also studied the psychology of the people around him. Becoming a student at Chernivtsi State University, where his father worked, Yatsenyuk organized the law firm YUREK LTD.. The current speaker does not like to remember those distant times. How he does not want to honestly answer the question of how he then managed to obtain a license from the Ministry of Justice for his law firm. Someone will say that the law firm YUREK LTD. managed to unwind due to the fact that the son of the governor and the people's deputy were listed as employees there, Yatsenyuk met them at the university. But those who have deeply studied the biography of Arseny say: the whole point is that he knows too well the rule that we voiced at the beginning. The fact that you always need to look for someone influential to work for. Recall that in 1992-1997, when the law firm of Arseniy Yatsenyuk launched its activities, the darkest period came in Ukraine – mass privatizations. Criminologists say that in those distant times in Chernivtsi, one of the most influential criminal groups was the team of the twice convicted “Bely”. “White” is Vitaliy Bilous, in whose large group many of those who are now influential people in Ukraine “hung out” in the 90s. Bilous had a right hand – Valery Chinush, who was engaged in the supply of petroleum products to gas stations in the region. It was for him personally and his company Nadina LLC that Arseniy Yatsenyuk worked. And Chinush himself subsequently headed the election headquarters of Viktor Yushchenko in Chernivtsi in the presidential elections of 2004. About how Yatsenyuk moved to work in Kyiv, they tell the following legend. Allegedly, one day Arseniy Yatsenyuk had to negotiate with the lawyers of the Aval Bank from the firm Nadina. His ability to negotiate and knowledge of the law (and, most importantly, understanding how to get around it) impressed the lawyers of Aval so much that they invited Arseniy to work in their team – a consultant of the credit department. Then Yatsenyuk moved to Kyiv. When a person delves into a matter, knows how to think, then even leaders come to him for advice. After three and a half years of work at Aval, in 2001, Yatsenyuk reached the position of deputy chairman of the bank's board. They say that it was then that he got into one of the Masonic organizations. This bank was often “behind the eyes” called the pocket structure of the Labor Ukraine party, where Tigipko and Pinchuk once settled. These two people, who are interested in getting big money, heard from the management of Aval about the brilliant guy Yatsenyuk in the bank he controls. We wanted to get to know him personally. They say that Viktor Pinchuk has always sympathized with Yatsenyuk the most.. It is possible that it was he who recommended Yatsenyuk to the Masonic lodges, if such membership is really real.. According to rumors, it was Pinchuk who agreed on the appointment of Yatsenyuk in 2001 as the Crimean Minister of Economy.. So that he continues to defend the interests of Pinchuk, only not inside his banking structure, but already outside of it. Although Arseniy Yatsenyuk himself denies such information in every possible way. As well as what “moved” him into politics Pinchuk. However, knowledgeable people claim the opposite, citing at least the fact that Victor Pinchuk, until last year, personally paid for Arseniy Yatsenyuk's flights to international business forums in Davos. And Sergei Tigipko, in turn, called Yatsenyuk in 2004 to lead the National Bank of Ukraine, when he himself became the head of the election headquarters of Viktor Yanukovych. After Yanukovych lost the election, Yatsenyuk left for the Odessa region as Deputy Governor Vasily Tsushko. And when Viktor Yushchenko, after the removal of Yulia Tymoshenko from the post of Prime Minister in 2005, had to urgently look for an intelligent person capable of keeping the economy of Ukraine afloat, he remembered Yatsenyuk. called, invited. Although some people argue that here again it was not possible without the protection of the same Viktor Pinchuk. And thus, Yatsenyuk again found an influential person for whom he could work.. This is the President of Ukraine. Thanks to such an employer, Yatsenyuk has already managed to be both the Minister of Economy and the Minister of Foreign Affairs, and now – the speaker of the Verkhovna Rada. Although, in fact, there is an opinion that he never stopped working with Victor Pinchuk. Many politicians enviously re-read the biography of Arseniy Yatsenyuk and especially carefully study the points that deal with his rapid career growth.. And the moral is simple, take it and use it: Arseniy Petrovich knows how to focus on those who have power and knowledge, and offer his services to these people in time. Leonid Grach, the then head of the Verkhovna Rada of Crimea, admitted that he considered Yatsenyuk “a lucky man behind whom someone stands,” and to a clarifying question who exactly answered: “I think the one who turns over large Ukrainian capital, the one who today trying to rule Ukrainian politics, but not President Yushchenko”. Who? It remains a mystery to this day.

Return to Kyiv

The next return to the capital was associated with the appointment of Yuri Yekhanurov to the post of Minister of Economy in the government. He held it from September 2005 to August 2006. In the spring of 2006, after the parliamentary elections, Yatsenyuk was considered as one of the candidates for the post of prime minister from a possible “orange” coalition. After the creation of the anti-crisis coalition, Viktor Yushchenko in September 2006 appointed Yatsenyuk to the post of First Deputy Head of the Presidential Secretariat – President's Representative in the Cabinet of Ministers. Considering the confrontation (“war of powers”) between the head of state and the parliamentary majority in alliance with the government headed by regional Yanukovych, we can assume that Yatsenyuk was entrusted with a very responsible direction for Yushchenko. In addition, by separate decrees, the president appointed him a member of the board of the National Bank of Ukraine and a member of the supervisory boards of the state-owned Oschadbank and Ukreximbank.. He also instructed to exercise control over the observance of the constitutional rights of citizens and legislation in the activities of the SBU. After being appointed to the Presidential Secretariat, Yatsenyuk was even more talked about as a new favorite of Yushchenko. And the widespread statement about joining the People's Union Our Ukraine party (literally on the eve of the October congress) confirmed the assumptions that his candidacy would be officially or unofficially proposed to the party members as one of the possible new leaders of the NSNU (instead of Roman Bessmertny). Later it turned out that the young politician did not write an application for joining the party. Since then, he has repeatedly stressed that he is not bound by any party obligations, which “is a positive” for him. On March 21, 2007, the parliament elected Yatsenyuk head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. This happened after two unsuccessful attempts by the president to install Vladimir Ogryzko, who served as the first deputy head of the foreign affairs department and was known as a staunch follower of his boss, Boris Tarasyuk, to this post.. At the same time, as head of the Foreign Ministry, the now former deputy head of the Presidential Secretariat was also appointed a member of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine. In the 2007 early parliamentary elections, Yatsenyuk entered the Verkhovna Rada under No. 3 of the list of the Our Ukraine – People's Self-Defense bloc (NUNS). On December 4, the coalition between the Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc and the NUNS, created a few days earlier, gave 227 votes out of 228 possible for the election of Yatsenyuk as the speaker of parliament. The only person who did not vote was the Nunso member, ex-chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Ivan Plyushch, who advocated the creation of a broad coalition with the obligatory participation of the Party of Regions in it. On November 12, 2008, the factions of the Party of Regions, Communists, the Lytvyn Bloc and the United Center of the NUNS faction with 233 votes recalled Yatsenyuk from the post of chairman of parliament. This event was the next stage in a protracted political crisis, which was preceded by a permanent war between President Yushchenko and Prime Minister Tymoshenko, a split in the Our Ukraine-People's Self-Defense faction, the collapse of the BYuT-NUNS coalition, unsuccessful attempts to form a new majority in the Verkhovna Rada and a constant search for enemies by the main political players. In 2009, Yatsenyuk actively began the presidential campaign, and experts predicted him third place. However, closer to the election date, the activity of the ex-speaker decreased, and according to the voting results, he took fourth place. Since December 2012 – People's Deputy of the VII convocation from the Batkivshchyna (No. 2 in the list of the united opposition). In parliament, he headed the faction of the All-Ukrainian Association “Batkivshchyna”. Member of the Verkhovna Rada Committee for Pensioners, Veterans and the Disabled. On June 15, 2013, a unification congress was held in Kyiv, at which Yulia Tymoshenko was re-elected chairman of the Batkivshchyna VO, and Yatsenyuk was elected chairman of the political council of the party at her suggestion. Since November 21, 2013, together with other opposition leaders Vitali Klitschko and Oleg Tyagnibok, he coordinated protest actions in the center of Kyiv, which began in response to the suspension by the Ukrainian government of the process of preparing for the signing of an association agreement between Ukraine and the European Union. In order to get out of the protracted political crisis, on January 25, 2014, President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych offered Yatsenyuk the post of prime minister, but he refused. However, later, he has to agree when the same proposal was put forward at Euromaidan. He does not delay and takes his new position within 24 hours. And again the crisis, this time the Crimean one, plus the armed conflict in the east. One of the best achievements was that it was possible to sign an association agreement between the EU and Ukraine. Since, according to many deputies, Yatsenyuk came to power illegally, they appeal to the Supreme Administrative Court. Open proceedings on this claim. Arseniy Petrovich did not make him wait long, as with the premiership, and resigns again. But his resignation is not accepted, because on the eve of the Verkhovna Rada they revised some bills that implied a slight easing of conditions, especially in the gas sector, and this was in the interests of some oligarchs, for example, Kolomoisky. After early elections, Yatsenyuk becomes head of government. During the premiership of Yatsenyuk in the Cabinet of 20 ministers, the richest people in Ukraine were 8 people who in no way related to this kind of work. 4 foreigners also appeared, for example, Natalia Yaresko, Alexander Kvitashvili and Aivaras Abromachiyus. After Poroshenko became president, they received Ukrainian citizenship. It is believed that Yatsenyuk did almost nothing of his government program, although one must take into account the post-revolutionary situation in the country and military conditions.. Yatsenyuk treats politics as a business project, shows his categorical and tough positions, in order to choose a good economy for Ukraine at a time of dwindling resources against the backdrop of the situation in the east and the conflict with Russia. Moreover, his reform initiatives only made the people worse, which created even more poverty in the country than before. On February 1, 2014, along with other opposition leaders, he took part in the Munich Conference, where he met with US Secretary of State John Kerry and European officials. On February 27, 2014, the Verkhovna Rada appointed Yatsenyuk as Prime Minister of Ukraine. On November 27, 2014, Yatsenyuk resigned as prime minister and announced the resignation of the Cabinet of Ministers before the newly elected Verkhovna Rada, and on the same day, the parliament again supported Yatsenyuk's candidacy for the post of prime minister. Chechnya. In 2014, Russian media reported that Oleg Tyagnibok, Arseniy Yatsenyuk, Dmitry Yarosh, and others were fighters during the war. They even brought a criminal case, the reason was the service in the separatist army. On February 16, 2016, the deputies recognized the work of the government in 2015 as unsatisfactory, but there were not enough votes for the resignation of the Cabinet of Ministers headed by Yatsenyuk. On April 10, 2016, Yatsenyuk announced his decision to resign as prime minister, and on April 14, the Verkhovna Rada voted for his resignation, at the same time appointing Volodymyr Groysman as head of the Cabinet.

Party People's Front.

On September 10, 2014, Yatsenyuk and Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada Oleksandr Turchynov led the new Popular Front party. Yatsenyuk was elected chairman of its political council. The political council of the party also included: Arsen Avakov, Pavel Petrenko, Andriy Parubiy, Tatyana Chornovol, Vyacheslav Kirilenko and Lilia Grinevich. The party itself arose after leaving due to disagreements with the leadership of the political council of the Batkivshchyna party of a number of the aforementioned politicians. In the parliamentary elections, the party won first place with 22.16% (3,485,191 votes), after which on November 27, together with the Petro Poroshenko Bloc, Samopomich, Oleh Lyashko’s Radical Party and Batkivshchyna, organized the European Ukraine coalition (which included 302 deputies who created constitutional majority in the Verkhovna Rada of the 8th convocation). Views and assessments. As head of the Ministry of Economy, Yatsenyuk had to take part in two Russian-Ukrainian “wars” – gas and meat and dairy. In another “hot spot” – the Verkhovna Rada – to convince the opponents of “globalization” of the importance of Ukraine's accession to the WTO and, accordingly, of the need to adopt a number of relevant laws (with the proviso – “not infringing on the national interests of the candidate for entry”). He opposed the administrative influence on the economy. As a member of the Presidential Secretariat, he actively defended the position of the head of state in his struggle for powers with the Cabinet of Ministers of the Regions of Yanukovych. At the same time, he did not earn the hatred of political opponents, many of whom later supported his candidacy for the post of Foreign Minister. In this position, Yatsenyuk again managed to build a balanced policy, without causing any noticeable irritation of Moscow or reproaches from the West.. And he also did not give rise to scandals around his person, which could be used by the opposing political camps within Ukraine itself. In a word, as experts predicted before the vote on the candidacy of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Yatsenyuk turned out to be a compromise and at the same time quite a professional figure.. The same forecasts were made on the day of the election of the Speaker of the Parliament. As chairman of the Verkhovna Rada, the politician immediately had to face new challenges. In the conditions of the “discredited” electronic vote counting system “Rada”, Yatsenyuk organized a vote for the “five” to elect the prime minister and members of the government by “show of hands”. He took the liberty of signing an appeal to the NATO leadership about Ukraine's readiness to join the plan to join the alliance (next to the signatures of the president and head of the Cabinet of Ministers Tymoshenko). And after the winter holidays, day after day, the speaker had to tame the Verkhovna Rada in the person of representatives of the Party of Regions, who blocked the work of parliament and the doors of the office of its chairman. Yatsenyuk resolutely denies rumors that the road to big politics was “paved” for him by influential leaders and owners of the Industrial Union of Donbass corporation (one of them is ex-Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Vitaliy Gayduk). Assures that one of his own achievements is that he owes nothing to anyone in this life (except for his own family). According to Yatsenyuk, Ukraine's big problem is not the lack of brilliant ideas and programs, but the lack of those who could implement them. After resigning from the post of speaker of parliament, the politician headed the newly created public initiative “Front for Change”, with the presentation of which he went to the regions of Ukraine. In 2010. took part in the presidential elections. Ranked fourth with 6.96% of the vote. According to observers, it has become a serious irritant for such “heavyweight” contenders for the chair of the head of state as Yanukovych and Tymoshenko.

“POPULAR FRONT” hid MORE than a million for jeans

Journalists of the Public Movement HONESTLY reported on possible violations of the financial statements of the “Popular Front” party for 2016. Expenses for press releases, news about the Popular Front party and its members, published in Internet publications, were not reflected in the financial report. Thus, from January to September, 98 materials were published on the ZAXID.NET website, which in fact are reprints of news from the party website. In the vast majority of cases, these news were labeled “People’s Front Press Service.” Another authoritative publication, LigaBusinessInform, has published 50 People’s Front news since June 2016 under the heading “press releases”. All materials with such markings are published as advertising, which can be found in the material from the editors of the League, where the publication talks about the sources of income. In addition, journalists found a series of 197 press releases (most of them on the NF website itself) that were distributed in leading online media.. As it turned out, 11 media outlets regularly (more than 20 times in 9 months) published press releases. With a very high probability, all these publications are paid, because for other editions these messages became newsworthy in extremely rare cases. With a link to Yatsenyuk's Facebook, the news with an identical frame and headings was published by Channel 24, ZAXID.NET, Commander-in-Chief, Left Bank, iPress Censorship. Only ZAXID.NET marked this material as a press release. In total, journalists managed to find 646 news and press releases on the Popular Front party, which equaled UAH 1,300,000, assuming that each news cost only UAH 2,000. The corresponding amount was not included in the expenses of the party's financial report for 2016.


Igor Skosar made a confession THAT IN 2012 I BOUGHT a pass-through seat in the RODINA electoral list for $6 million abuse of power: nepotism 2012 paid 6 million. Dollars for a passing place in the electoral list of “Batkivshchyna”. According to the deputy, he paid directly to Nikolai Martynenko, who received consent from Yatsenyuk and Turchinov. NABU exposes the positions of “front-line soldiers” The former deputy head of the State Enterprise “Ukrzaliznychpostach”, who was considered a man of one of the gray cardinals of the “People's Front” Andriy Ivanchuk, was detained The regiment of potential Ukrainian “taxpayers” arrived. On October 26, NABU detectives, together with the Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office, detained the former director of the State Enterprise “Ukrzaliznychpostach”. He is suspected of committing a crime under the “favorite article” of Ukrainian officials and state managers – h. 5th century. 191 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine “Assignment, embezzlement or possession of property by abuse of official position on an especially large scale.” The NABU reported that the detained ex-head of the state-owned company that was engaged in the purchase of inventory items for the needs of PJSC Ukrzaliznytsia (now it has been reorganized into its branch “Production Support Center”) is suspected of purchasing hardware products at inflated prices by prior agreement with the supplier. Because of this, Ukrzaliznychpostach suffered damage in the amount of more than UAH 20 million. “Investigation of criminal proceedings on the fact of misappropriation of funds of the State Enterprise “Ukrzaliznychpostach” during public procurement was started by detectives of the Bureau in January 2016. In July 2016. officials of PJSC “Ukrzaliznytsia” and representatives of commercial structures in favor of which public procurement took place were detained. In this criminal proceeding, six persons were informed of suspicion, preventive measures were chosen in the form of detention, bail, house arrest. Officials removed from their positions. One of the suspects is wanted,” the NABU added. Judging by the description, the detainee is Oleksandr Lozinsky, who was appointed head of the State Enterprise “Ukrzaliznychpostach” in May 2014. This person has previously had problems with law enforcement. In 2012. he became a defendant in criminal proceedings opened by the Prosecutor General's Office on the fact of fraud in Ukrzaliznychpostach during public procurement in 2008-2009. (in the materials of the investigation, Lozinsky was mentioned as the head of the main department of material and technical resources of Ukrzaliznytsia). Lozinsky himself subsequently stated that the said criminal proceedings “were politically motivated and were 'managed' by the former criminal leadership of the General Prosecutor's Office of Ukraine”. Whether he will say something about the new case will become known in the near future. The criminal proceedings reported by NABU were opened on January 11 this year. Within its framework, the investigators studied the circumstances of the purchase by Ukrzaliznychpostach of hardware produced by the Druzhkovka Metalware Plant. Oddly enough, the intermediary, the little-known Inkomm LLC, won the tender for their supply, which sold hardware for 94 million hryvnias to the state-owned enterprise at their fictitious price of 67 million. hryvnia. “As a result, the officials of Inkomm LLC, by prior agreement with the officials of the State Enterprise Ukrzaliznychpostach, seized the funds of the state enterprise in the amount of more than 27 million. hryvnia, which is a particularly large amount,” NABU concluded earlier. This episode was not the only one in the track record of the State Enterprise “Ukrzaliznychpostach” – in the summer of 2015. the same “Inkomm”, issued to a certain Nadezhda Bogdan from the village of Trushki, Belotserkovsky district, won a new dubious tender for the supply of hardware to the State Enterprise “Ukrzaliznychpostach”. All this time, Alexander Lozinsky remained at the helm of a state-owned company and was fired only in December 2015. Considering the dismissal unfair, Lozinsky started a lawsuit with Ukrzaliznytsia and in April 2016. achieved a decision on his reinstatement as head of Ukrzaliznychpostach. And in October, according to OLIGARCH, this verdict entered into force after it was confirmed by the Kyiv Court of Appeal. How did Lozinsky manage to defeat the state railway monopolist in the courts? According to rumors, he is considered a man from the cage of Andrei Ivanchuk – one of the “godfathers” of the “People's Front” party, who heads the committee on economic policy of the Verkhovna Rada. In 2014. during the division of power portfolios, the Ministry of Infrastructure and Ukrzaliznytsia, which is part of its orbit, were given to the “People's Front”, which was reflected in the subsequent appointments. In particular, in February, Yatsenyuk's ally Maxim Burbak became Minister of Infrastructure, and in April Yatsenyuk appointed him head. “Ukrzaliznytsia” Boris Ostapyuk, who was called the creature of Ivanchuk, and in May he appointed Lozinsky, who he knew well, to head the “Ukrzaliznychpostach”. It is still unknown whether the NABU detectives will be able to find a real “big fish” with his help, but at least the “front-line soldiers” have noticeably increased reasons for concern since today.

Yatsenyuk's party pays over UAH 500,000 monthly to ex-regionals – media

Journalists managed to find out that Arseniy Yatsenyuk's party “People's Front” monthly pays more than half a million to ex-regional Valery Pisarenko. This is reported by Express-online. According to the information on significant changes in the property status in the unified state register of declarations of persons authorized to perform the functions of the state or local self-government, which was received by journalists, people's deputy from Vozrozhdeniye and ex-regional Valeriy Pysarenko receives about UAH 522,000. from the “People's Front” for renting premises. It is noted that since the beginning of this year, the people's deputy has already received more than 3.8 million hryvnia. According to journalists, Valery Pysarenko has about $2.6 million in cash, as well as $2.5 million, 41,000 euros in bank accounts.

Operation Successor

For the first time in 2012, Victor Pinchuk not only invested heavily in his successor's legislature's campaign, but also brought him together with the people needed to achieve victory.. They turned out to be local leaders of the Party of Regions and Russian PR technologists Timofey Sergeytsev, Dmitry Kulikov and Iskander Valitov, who four years ago worked for Viktor Pinchuk himself. The trinity of Russians was waiting for an opportunity to improve their shaken reputation. In 2010, they were hired by Arseniy Yatsenyuk, who intended to get to the top of state power.. Another failure could deprive the Russians of a profitable Ukrainian market. After all, in Russia, with its current electoral order, political technologists are not painful and are needed. Everything is decided behind the scenes at the headquarters of United Russia. The first task of the leaders of the campaign headquarters to the future deputy was the demand for immediate weight loss. The obscenely well-fed appearance of the defender of the common people could clearly serve as a pretext for parodies and ridicule. Bezbakh resolutely sat down on calories and lost weight, turning into a hard worker exhausted by thoughts about the difficult life of Ukrainians. Pinchuk turned on the full potential of his media holding and the election of Bezbakh soon took place. Puppeteers from the Party of Regions quickly taught him how to vote correctly. The people's deputy from Dnipro did not bother himself with special legislative initiatives, but he went to parliament sessions regularly, as if to work. From 8 to 17.

Mriya Bank

Most often, opponents remind Yatsenyuk of the order he signed in 2004 on issuing a stabilization loan in the amount of $10 million to Mriya Bank.. According to the court, the bank was supposed to be liquidated, but Yatsenyuk, who then held the position of the first deputy head of the National Bank, competently led the bank to pre-sale preparation. For which, as they say, he was generously thanked.

Prime Minister's chair instead of a “bullet in the forehead”

On January 22, 2014, Yatsenyuk, speaking at Euromaidan, said: “I will not live in disgrace. Let's go forward together tomorrow. If a bullet in the forehead, then a bullet in the forehead. But honestly, justly and bravely. Today we defend the Maidan. I spoke publicly, to the whole country, I will do everything until the last second so that every person in this country saves his life. For our country to be preserved as a single state. To keep our children from crying for their parents. So that our parents do not cry for their children, as they cry today. Viktor Yanukovych, 24 hours left! Make this decision. I made a decision. Glory to Ukraine!” Later, the politician was reminded of this phrase more than once, emphasizing that Yatsenyuk in fact, in order to achieve his goals, willingly sacrificed other people's lives, but by no means his own.. After the coup in Kyiv became a reality, Yatsenyuk was “rewarded” with the post of Prime Minister of Ukraine. In the fall of 2014, together with Oleksandr Turchynov, he became the leader of the Popular Front party, which brought together the most radical supporters of a military solution to the Donbass problem. The period during which Yatsenyuk served as prime minister was marked by the severing of economic ties with Russia, as well as the PR of the utopian project “The Wall”. The head of government promised to erect a system of engineering structures on the Russian-Ukrainian border, which, according to his plan, was to become an insurmountable obstacle in the way of “Russian aggressors”. After Yatsenyuk left his post, it turned out that the construction was being carried out extremely slowly, and at the same time, the “Wall” is an ordinary metal fence, and quite a short one.. In addition, it turned out that there are huge questions about the spending of funds allocated for the project. Zelensky’s team includes many of those who worked under Yatsenyuk Yatsenyuk left the post of Prime Minister of Ukraine in April 2016. It was believed that after that the politician could have serious problems in connection with the investigation of the corruption charges against him.

But the ex-prime minister did not even think of fleeing the country, remaining confident in his cloudless future. Apparently, he secured guarantees of “not persecution” from Poroshenko's power vertical. The failure of the Popular Front in the 2019 parliamentary elections seemed to have finally sent Yatsenyuk on a siding of Ukrainian politics. At the same time, Ukrainian experts note that in the current government of the country there are many people who once worked under Yatsenyuk.. “New faces” – no. Of the 18 members of the government, 16 (or 90%) worked “in” or “with” the previous governments of Yatsenyuk-Groysman,” Ukrainian political scientist Ruslan Bortnik wrote on his social network page. “Recently, information has been circulating in social networks and media that Arseniy Yatsenyuk may take the post of First Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine.. As the press secretary of the leader of the Popular Front, I officially announce: this information is not true. There are no negotiations on the entry of Arseniy Yatsenyuk into the current government and are not planned, ”Olga Lappo, Yatsenyuk’s press secretary, wrote on Facebook. However, that still doesn't mean anything.. The retired prime minister is still young, full of energy and definitely does not consider his game over. And the most incredible alliances are possible on the Ukrainian political scene.

Servants of the People ask Shmyhal to explain Yatsenyuk's trip with members of the government

On May 21, Health Minister Maxim Stepanov, Interior Minister Arsen Avakov and Cabinet Minister Oleg Nemchinov flew to the Chernivtsi region to deal with the epidemic situation. Together with them, former Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk visited Bukovina. He was at the meeting as the founder of a fund to help Chernivtsi hospitals. People's deputies from the Servant of the People party turned to Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal with a request to explain the situation regarding the trip of ex-Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk to the Chernivtsi region along with members of the government on May 21. On what legal basis did Arseniy Yatsenyuk use official air transport of the Ministry of Internal Affairs or any other ministry or department of Ukraine? Does Arseniy Yatsenyuk hold any official position in the Ministry of Internal Affairs or in another ministry or department that gives him the right to speak at an official press briefing of government members? Which official allowed Arseniy Yatsenyuk to be allowed to use official air transport? Was there any payment for the use of official air transport for a private person Arseniy Yatsenyuk?

Poroshenko complained to Biden about Avakov and passed requests to Yatsenyuk

Former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko complained to former US Vice President Joe Biden about problems with Interior Minister Arsen Avakov. This follows from the newly published audio recordings of conversations between Poroshenko and Biden, Strana.ua reports. The tapes were again published by the deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Andriy Derkach. One of the entries was made in October 2016. On it, a man with a voice believed to be Biden's tells Poroshenko that he plans to meet with former Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk.. The American politician intends to convince Yatsenyuk, who by that time headed the Popular Front party, to support the Minsk agreements and asks Poroshenko what else to tell him. The President of Ukraine, in particular, replies that he has problems with Avakov (Yatsenyuk's fellow party member), who behaved aggressively at a meeting with the French ambassador. Poroshenko believes that Yatsenyuk “should do something”. In addition, he needs the Popular Front to vote for the budget, support government initiatives and laws for Minsk. Yatsenyuk headed the government of Ukraine from late February 2014 to mid-April 2016. In May, Derkach released audio recordings of conversations between Poroshenko and Biden. At them, Biden offered a billion dollars for the resignation of Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin, who was investigating the activities of the oil and gas company Burisma.. Treason case filed. Poroshenko said that the Kremlin was behind the publication of the recordings.

Letter to NATO Secretary General

“In February 2008, the plaintiffs, the chairman of the Orthodox Brotherhood of St.. Aleksandra Nevsky Egorov Yuriy Nikolaevich, OSOBA_5, OSOBA_6, OSOBA_7 filed a lawsuit against the President of Ukraine – Yushchenko Viktor Andreevich, Prime Minister of Ukraine Tymoshenko Yulia Vladimirovna, Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine – Yatsenyuk Arseniy Petrovich with the following claims: – to determine the unlawful actions of the defendant president of Ukraine – Viktor Yushchenko, Prime Minister of Ukraine Yulia Vladimirovna Tymoshenko, Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine – Yatsenyuk Arseniy Petrovich during the presentation of a joint letter from NATO Secretary General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, in which they arbitrarily stated that Ukraine was interested in joining the Action Plan regarding membership in NATO, – to oblige all these defendants to perform certain actions – they revise the letter signed by them from NATO Secretary General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer as illegal and not complying with the requirements of the Law of Ukraine “On the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine” for being part of the National Security and Defense Council in go Prime Minister Prime Minister of Ukraine, Minister of Defense of Ukraine, Head of the Security Service of Ukraine, Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, as well as heads of other central executive authorities. It really follows from the document that the organization did not find any grounds for putting the former prime minister on the wanted list and will soon delete his data from its database. Last week, the Russian Prosecutor General's Office confirmed that the materials for the search for the ex-prime minister of Ukraine were sent to Interpol.. More than a year ago, Russia accused Yatsenyuk of participating in the first armed conflict in Chechnya.. In the fall of 2015, the head of the Investigative Committee of Russia, Alexander Bastrykin, in an interview with Rossiyskaya Gazeta, said that the investigation had information about Yatsenyuk's personal participation in hostilities. “According to the investigation, Arseniy Yatsenyuk participated in at least two armed clashes that took place on December 31, 1994 on the square. A minute in the city of Grozny and in February 1995 in the area of the city hospital No. 9 of the city of Grozny, as well as in the torture and execution of captured Russian army soldiers in the Oktyabrsky district of the city of Grozny on January 7, 1995, “Bastrykin said. According to him, Yatsenyuk has award “Honor of the Nation” for the murder of the Russian military.According to the official biography, Arseniy Yatsenyuk was a law student at the University of Chernivtsi in 1994 and 1995. At the end of March of this year, a court in the Stavropol Territory arrested Yatsenyuk in absentia. The politician was charged with aggravated premeditated murder and participation in an armed group. “In recent years, the Kremlin has been trying to discredit those Ukrainian politicians whom they hate fiercely,” the ex-premier himself reacted to that court decision. Apparently, he has already acquired connections in the interpol. Russian court arrested him in absentia. Essentuki City Court arrests former Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk in absentia. In Russia, he is accused of premeditated murder and banditry. Yatsenyuk called the accusations “complete nonsense.” “By a court decision, a preventive measure in the form of detention was chosen in absentia against Yatsenyuk due to the fact that he was put on the international wanted list on February 21, 2017,” the Russian court said in a statement. The former prime minister of Ukraine in Russia is accused of participation in an armed group (gang) and premeditated murder under aggravating circumstances. Yatsenyuk wrote on his Facebook that he learned about the arrest in absentia from the Ukrainian embassy in Russia, which, in turn, received a court order. The Ukrainian politician commented on the decision of the Russian court as follows: “The Kremlin has hit a new bottom.”

Order of Yaroslav the Wise

Ukrainian leader Petro Poroshenko awarded the Order of Prince Yaroslav the Wise IV degree to Arseniy Yatsenyuk for strengthening the country's international authority. In addition, the head of the Foreign Ministry of Ukraine and seven other Ukrainians will be awarded the Order of Merit, III degree. These awards were presented “for a significant personal contribution to the implementation of Ukraine's European integration aspirations, the introduction of a visa-free regime by the European Union, the strengthening of Ukraine's international authority, many years of fruitful work and high professionalism,” Gazeta.ru reports. But someone sued the president, explaining that there were no grounds for granting the award.

About changes in the Constitution How potential presidential candidates want to change the Basic Law.

During the war, you can not change the Constitution. This is written in itself in section XIII. But in Ukraine they love this business very much, so they cannot deny themselves pleasure even under the most unfavorable circumstances.. Some experts even claim that in order to stop hostilities, certain changes must be made to the Basic Law in order to create the necessary fuses.. Perhaps that is why the war, which has been going on for the fifth year, was never proclaimed, but is modestly called ATO or OOS. No less active, but pragmatic, is the leader of the Popular Front, Arseniy Yatsenyuk, in favor of changing the management model. For several years, since he lost his premiership, he has been campaigning for the weakening of presidential power and the strengthening of the position of the prime minister.. In particular, Yatsenyuk believes that it is necessary to increase the effectiveness of the parliament, giving it more powers, and raise its professionalism.. We are talking about reducing the number of people's deputies, depriving them of immunity, preventing foreigners from getting there and allowing ministers to be deputies at the same time. It is also proposed to change the voting procedure, introducing the practice of making ordinary decisions by a simple majority of those present and only the so-called constitutional laws – by a majority of the constitutional composition of the Verkhovna Rada. President Yatsenyuk offers the entire vertical of appointments to the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the introduction of the candidature of the head of the SBU, but to limit his influence on the Cabinet of Ministers. He should only propose a candidate for prime minister, which will be determined by a coalition in parliament, and all ministers will be appointed by the prime minister himself and, by the way, dismissed without a voting procedure, but with the simultaneous announcement of a new candidate. The mission of introducing a candidate for the Prosecutor General of the President will also be deprived, this should be done by the Cabinet of Ministers. They will also limit interference in the activities of executive authorities and independent regulators, in particular, the CEC. The veto power of the head of state will be regulated by a specific list of grounds determined by the Constitution.

Auto scandals

As speaker Yatsenyuk himself said, on Saturday, February 16, 2008, he was driving along the highway unaccompanied by employees of the State Guard.. Violating the rules of the road and creating an emergency, a Porsche Cayenne jeep blocked his way, after which “they showed the middle finger from the jeep.” Yatsenyuk stated that he instructed the State Guard and the traffic police to find this driver, which, however, was not done. “I was told that the driver was found, and he refused to show documents. Therefore, the car was put on the wanted list and also could not be found.. Later, I myself found the car and the driver, it turned out to be the deputy head of the Kyiv special unit Cobra, a certain Kozha, and the jeep was parked in the Cobra parking lot, Yatsenyuk said. President of Ukraine Viktor Yushchenko said that the head of the State traffic inspectorate, the head of the Kobra special unit and his deputies should resign because of the defiant behavior of the deputy head of the Cobra on the road. “Now the resignation must be submitted by the head of the Cobra, the head of the country's traffic police, his deputy and the deputy of the Cobra, which was discussed,” Yushchenko said during the collegium of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. “I ask the named persons to leave the hall… Go to the minister's office to write statements,” Yushchenko said. The reason for such a sharp speech was the incident that occurred on Saturday, February 16, with the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Arseniy Yatsenyuk. On October 3, 2013, the people's deputy Lyashko “rides” the head of the Batkivshchyna faction, Arseniy Yatsenyuk, who, according to the “radical”, arrives at the parliament in three Range Rover jeeps, the proceeds from the sale of which would provide payments to five thousand pensioners for five years. Lyashko also remembered the platinum on the dome of the Verkhovna Rada, which appeared there during the short stay of Yatsenyuk in the chair of the parliament speaker. Whenever we say something, we must start with ourselves.. Yatsenyuk arrived in Yalta on three “Range Rovers”. One was not enough for him, – Svetlana Fabrikant somehow sarcastically remarked on Savik Shuster's talk show.[13]


Victor Pinchuk – For the period of the 2009 presidential campaign, information was circulating that the main sponsor of Arseniy Yatsenyuk was Viktor Pinchuk Leonid Yurushev – Apparently, the history of their relationship has banking roots – both Yurushev and Yatsenyuk worked for a long time among bankers and met there. Connection with Akhmetov Yatsenyuk and his party brand have a powerful ally who, working in sync with the press service of the Popular Front, keeps them alive in the world. These are media that belong to Rinat Akhmetov. Looking for or inventing informational occasions to remember Yatsenyuk in the news, these media demonstrate diligence and ingenuity. For example, they “refute” the information that would “spread in social networks” about the possible entry of Yatsenyuk into the Cabinet of Ministers. Who, where and when spread this so-called information on social networks is a mystery.. Or they talk about how a Vinnitsa blogger, whom readers are unlikely to have ever heard of, complied with a court decision and refuted her false message about Yatsenyuk. At the same time, it is clear from the quoted blogger's post that she took information for her post from other sources, but journalists are not interested in which ones. In the news on the Segodnya website, Yatsenyuk speaks about the “Norman meeting”, the Maidan, the Holodomor, the Budapest memorandum (and that Zelensky “did not bring a new Budapest memorandum”), the Orthodox Church of Ukraine and Putin’s plans. Not a single speech by the leader of the “People's Front” at forums and conferences is left without attention. In the news “Today” and the final program “Today. Results with Oleg Panyuta “of the channel” Ukraine “Yatsenyuk is almost as frequent a guest as Oleg Lyashko. On TV news, Yatsenyuk performs various roles: as a wise arbiter of the presidential elections (in which he himself did not take part, because he. Above), athlete, wall builder, prophet, political ophthalmologist, captain of evidence, Zelensky’s inexhaustible source of advice (for example, he advised “to avoid mistakes”) and congratulations on significant dates, participant in the congress of the European People’s Party, savior of Ukraine from gas addiction. As well as a politician who sacrificed himself for not wanting to be populist and a great friend of the United States. The fact that Yatsenyuk expressed condolences to the families of those killed in the Ukrainian plane shot down by Iran was reported by Ukraine at least twice. Among Yatsenyuk's PR lines in Akhmetov's media, one is especially expressive. Yatsenyuk and the “People's Front” here emerge prominent statesmen who took full responsibility for the state at a difficult moment, did everything they could, and better than anyone else would have done (although not without mistakes, but these are trifles compared with victories). After that, like every decent kamikaze, Yatsenyuk voluntarily transferred power to his successor. And still, he and his team were able to fulfill everything that they promised.. If not for this unprecedented modesty, generosity and selflessness, Yatsenyuk could, having exposed a little populism, still govern the state – but he did not. This is one of the leitmotifs of the “documentary” (actually advertising) tape “Front 14/19”, which the channel “Ukraine” showed several times, and also announced in the news. This film is a 57-minute substantiation of the thesis that Yatsenyuk and the “People's Front” saved Ukraine and paid for it with a rating. It is hard to remember when the release of a PR video of a political force was recognized as worthy of news – and all examples that come to mind relate to the times of Yanukovych and Kuchma. “Among the traditional news flow on television, various talk shows, scandalous messages and meanings, the value of which is a matter of hours, Front 14/19 looks like an outrageous format, because it covers a wide panorama of events from 2014 to the present day,” – “ justified »customers of the tape.

Apartments, houses, cars and money

Arseniy Yatsenyuk was one of the first Ukrainian ministers to officially declare an income of 3 million. UAH. It happened in 2005, when he sold his shares in Aval Bank. In 2007, Arseniy Yatsenyuk declared income in the amount of 1 million 240 thousand. UAH 955. This is the total income of Yatsenyuk and his family members. The income of the Speaker of the Parliament amounted to UAH 794,245. Of these – wages UAH 230 thousand 120, dividends, interest and royalties – UAH 560 thousand 921, income from scientific, teaching, creative activities and fees – UAH 3 thousand 204. In addition, Yatsenyuk has a land plot (3012 sq. m.), a residential building (298 sq. m.), an apartment (118 sq. m.), a garden house (114 sq. m.) and a garage (45 sq. m.).. m). Members of the Yatsenyuk family use 2 cars – Skoda and Mercedes. The speaker's contributions (shares) to the authorized (share) funds of enterprises, institutions and organizations in 2007 amounted to UAH 28,232. On the accounts of Yatsenyuk in banks and other financial and credit institutions – UAH 4 million 239 thousand 282, on the accounts of family members – UAH 815 thousand 187. Arseniy Yatsenyuk filed an electronic declaration for 2016, in which he declared more than $1 million, UAH 4 million in banks, $475,000, UAH 300,000 in cash, a collection of paintings, coins, books, and a gun. According to the declaration, Yatsenyuk owns a land plot in Novye Petrivtsy (Kyiv region) with an area of 3,031 sq. m. m, a residential building in the same area with an area of 343.5 sq. m, two apartments in Kyiv area: 83.35 sq. m, 224.9 sq. m, the third apartment in Chernivtsi with a total area of 104.9 sq. m, garden (cottage) house with an area of 114.5 sq.. m in Novye Petrivtsi, a parking space in Kyiv with an area of 13.4 sq.. The wife of ex-premier Teresia Yatsenyuk declared free use of her mother's apartment in Kyiv with an area of 185.2 sq.. m and the use of a loan from the mother of the head of the “People's Front” Maria Yatsenyuk non-residential premises in Kyiv with an area of 172.5 square meters. m. Yatsenyuk also declared valuable movable property: a Blazer hunting rifle, a collection of 10 paintings by Ukrainian and foreign artists, a collection of Ukrainian and foreign coins from non-bank and bank metals, Breguet watches, a library of old and modern books of Ukrainian and foreign editions of various authors, antique mantel clocks with candlesticks (two sets). The ex-premier has a 2010 Mercedes S (for UAH 610,000), a 2010 Toyota Sequoia rental car, and his wife has a 2012 Range Rover Sport (for UAH 828,200). Yatsenyuk has 100 war bonds with a nominal value of UAH 100.1 thousand, a 6.045% stake in the Chernivtsi Plant of Reinforced Concrete Products and Structures. He also has the copyright to the book “The Banking Secret of the Orange Revolution” and a number of trademarks and commercial names: Union of Democratic Forces, SDS, Union of Democratic Forces, Front of Change, FZ, FP, Arseniy, Arseniy Yatsenyuk, Arseniy Yatsenyuk Block, Novy course, New course, Change the future, Change your future. As prime minister in 2016, Yatsenyuk received a salary in the amount of UAH 117.5 thousand, he also received interest in Oschadbank in the amount of UAH 5.2 thousand, Raiffeisen Bank Avale – UAH 37.2 thousand, Fortuna Bank ”- UAH 1.4 million, income from property rental in the amount of 600 thousand. UAH Teresia Yatsenyuk declared income from entrepreneurial activity in the amount of UAH 1 million, interest in the International Investment Bank – UAH 320.5 thousand. The ex-premier has $500,000 on deposit with Oschadbank, $64,700 at Raiffeisen Bank Avala, UAH 3.5 million at Forum Bank, and $486,000 at Fortuna Bank, UAH 909,500. UAH. In addition, 475 thousand dollars, 300 thousand hryvnias were declared in cash. Yatsenyuk has $141.4 thousand on deposit at the International Investment Bank, UAH 10.91 thousand, as well as UAH 130 thousand and EUR 180 thousand in cash at Fortuna Bank. Yatsenyuk also declared a preliminary agreement (option) for the purchase of corporate rights with Larisa Kniazhitskaya (wife of People's Front MP Mykola Kniazhitsky) in the amount of UAH 3.7 million.


Former Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk in an exhausted state, in a medical mask on his face, was taken to the Kyiv clinic “Boris”. This is reported by the Ukrainian edition of “Observer” with reference to an eyewitness. According to the publication, on March 15, a Toyota Sequoia car owned by Yatsenyuk drove up to the back door of a medical facility.. In the front passenger seat, the former prime minister gathered his strength for a long time to get out of the car. The guard held Yatsenyuk by the arms, helping him to reach the front door.. The attendant was also wearing a medical mask. Yatsenyuk's press secretary Olga Laplo confirmed the politician's stay in the clinic. “Arseniy Yatsenyuk is all right. He was in the clinic, but for reasons that are not related to any acute respiratory disease. It was a planned procedure that has nothing to do with the diagnosis of a viral disease, ”she said. financial genius. Arseniy Yatsenyuk and Arsen Avakov made millions from unprofitable businesses. On New Year's Eve, December 30, 2017 at 21:01, the Espresso TV channel, which occupies the 17th place in the Ukrainian television market, announced the change of ownership. According to the report, former Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk, as well as Inna Avakova, the wife of current Interior Minister Arsen Avakov, sold their shares in Asta Finance, which owns the Goldbury company, which has rights to the channel.. The press service of Arseniy Yatsenyuk reported that he completely sold his 30% stake in Asta Finance for $1.47 million. Minister of Internal Affairs Arsen Avakov wrote on his Twitter account that for 40% of the company, which formally belonged to his wife, his family earned $1.95 million. “Espresso TV is no longer affiliated with either Arseniy Yatsenyuk or my family,” – Avakov wrote.

Conclusions :

In the political arena, the appearance of Yatsenyuk greatly changed the situation in the country, and, as you know, not for the better.. Using his brilliant mind and knowledge of the law, he easily turned all the income into his pocket.. And by establishing connections with the right people, he also came to power very quickly. This great mind could act for the benefit of people and all mankind, if he wanted to.

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