People's deputies of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine adopted a populist law on the restructuring of foreign currency loans, deserve to be called irresponsible scoundrels, said the head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko met in Odessa.
According to the head of the country, the law on the restructuring of foreign currency loans " leads to total collapse of the banking system, to the total elimination of gold and currency reserves of Ukraine, UNIAN reports.
Poroshenko called the legislation "absolutely populist," adding that he " funding from all taxpayers prefers 65 thousands of borrowers who simply do not have the ability or are unwilling to pay the loans ". The company believes that " the part of the deputies who voted for It, it turns out, are the owners of a huge number of foreign currency loans "." It's just corruption when you yourself are writing the law to simply not return the money. And credit And Finance Maidana trying to destabilize the government, " ? added Poroshenko." I am pleased with the reaction responsible of Ukraine, the reaction of Ukrainians responsible. Policy that came out, expecting applause, got the reaction: "You rascals, irresponsible, unprofessional, populist, which lead the country to eliminate ", ? summed up the head. The Verkhovna Rada adopted the law on the restructuring of liabilities on loans in foreign currency, allowing the conversion of foreign currency loans to Residents "damianou" course 5, 05 UAH / USD (currently the rate is about 23 per dollar). As said the head of the Ministry of Finance of Ukraine Natalia Yaresko, " potential loss of an entire banking system from such a step would amount to 95 billion USD ? Is more than will be spent on defense And law enforcement in 2015 "." And these funds will pay for all citizens ? as a deterioration of the wealth of our banking system, new failures of credit institutions, loss of deposits by residents, who isn't guilty of anything", ? " she said. According to the National Bank of Ukraine, the conversion of all foreign currency loans in the hryvnia will cause the banking system losses even greater than that predicted Jaresko, 100 billion hryvnia.