In Uzhgorod, they encouraged to vote for Robert Horvath (PHOTOS)
More than one thousand Uzhgorod residents took part in a rally in support of the President's reforms. At the invitation of Robert Horvath, an Uzhgorod entrepreneur, who now is called the №1 contender for victory in the 68th Uzhgorod constituency, the meeting in Transcarpathia was attended by known politicians who are running for the parliament in the Petro Poroshenko Bloc. Those were MPs Iryna Lutsenko, Pavlo Rozenko, Valeriy Patskan, the legendary Colonel Yuliy Mamchur.
Valeriy Patskan briefed about the achievements of the MPs elected in 2012 from the UDAR party: "Our party was the first in the Parliament to raise the issue of personal voting.We defended the position of the European integration of Ukraine. Who if not us Transcarpathians, understand how our neighbors abroad live? Almost every one of us has been in the neighboring countries, and we see that those countries, which abandoned the communist ideology in 1991, live much better now. Human rights are not violated there, their economies are growing."
Robert Horvath himself explained why he is running for the parliament. "I was born here, this is my land, and I want hardworking, enterprising Transcarpathians to live better". R.Horvath expressed his attitude to the events that are taking place in the east. "Each of us was worrying when the events on the Maidan began. We were looking for answers to the question of whether we can win the clan who wanted to usurp the power and make us vassals of Russia. We did it, though at high price. Now we have the war with Russia." However, Robert Horvath backed the peace plan of Poroshenko as one that will allow Ukraine to strengthen its defense, modernize the army and save thousands of lives.
Iryna Lutsenko, known not only as the wife of the former minister, a prisoner of Yanukovych regime, Yuriy Lutsenko, but also as an activist who often spoke on the Maidan, drew attention to the candidates nomination policy of the Petro Poroshenko Bloc: "We do not send paratroopers to the regions, we rely on strong, patriotic, fair and honest people in the regions.Those who know the problems of their constituencies and can effectively solve them in the parliament."
The audience greeted the hero of the Crimean resistance Yuliy Mamchur with applause. As a real officer, he was taciturn, calling Transcarpathians to vote for candidates from the P.Poroshenko Bloc.
The meeting culminated with a beautiful flashmob. a 300-meter-long yellow and blue ribbon was passed from hands to hands and thus symbolically united all those who were present on the square. The ends of the ribbon were sewn together with a yellow and blue thread. As a sign of the unity and indivisibility of Ukraine.
Those wishing to participate in the certification of Transcarpathian police officers will gather in Uzhgorod
25 May 2016 21:02