The self-proclaimed Luhansk and Donetsk people's Republic will remain from Ukraine only on the condition of providing them broad autonomy, said at a press conference on Tuesday, the leader of the Communist party of Ukraine Petro Symonenko.
"Speaking about the future of these territories, whether they are from Ukraine or not - is immediately necessary to execute the program of the Communist party. Then they will stay out of Ukraine, With a very wide autonomy, provided for decentralization of all regions of Ukraine, " Symonenko said.
He said that the conflict in the Donbass cannot be solved by force. At the same time the leader of Communists has noticed that Ukraine will no longer be able to be a unitary state and should adopt Federal system of government. However, Symonenko said that the Communist party has prepared an anti-crisis program, including measures to move the country out of economic decline.
The politician is sure that the desire of the authorities to impose a ban on Communist ideology in the country will not lead to peace and will help the division. Symonenko forecasts in may, the social tensions in the country, which was the result of economic policy of the authorities. Because of this, the Communist party wants the first of may to be held in Kiev campaign against the policy of the current government.
Symonenko in 2014 were critical about the ongoing security forces special operations in the East of the country. For example, he said that if He was the head of the country, " immediately withdrew all its troops from the Eastern regions of the country, calling a special operation involving the army war against the people. Then the parliamentary faction of the Ukrainian Communist party was dissolved, fresh Ukrainian authorities also began to ban the Communist party.