In Ukraine there was no positive change after the revolution on the Maidan in February 2014, according to the former head of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) Serhiy Arbuzov.
"Bringing people to the streets, then the opposing political force promised major reforms, battle against illegal activities of officials, the improvement of the business environment and the rapid growth of welfare of each Ukrainian. Now, after almost two years, it seems logical there would be a report. However, instead of the Report we will hear a new batch of promises, accusations and excuses. After all, any positive change in the country, " writes Watermelons on his page century
The economic failures of the government justifies the war in the Donbass and Russia, However, Ukraine is also the deterioration that did not affect the economy, the former head of the NBU.
for example, according to "the global competitiveness Report 2015-2016" published by the world economic forum, Ukraine is on the 79th place among 140 countries, down 3 positions compared with the previous year, Arbuzov stressed. According to the rating of economic freedom produced by the American research Institute Heritage Foundation, Ukraine is located at 161st out of 178 States, which was the worst figure among 43 European countries. Only chart Doing Business 2015 Ukraine has risen by 16 positions, once in the end on the 96th place out of 189 countries, writes the former head of the NBU.
"for example, the world Bank highlighted improvements such as simplifying the process of paying taxes for organizations as well as the simplification of property registration. That's just to boast of the new government and will not be released as a 2015 chart includes data on the status at the beginning of 2014. That is In fact appreciated the work of our government, " Arbuzov stressed.
Ukrainian politician also said that rated international human rights organization "reporters without borders" Ukraine dropped by two points, finishing in 129th place out of 180 States, and at the same time in 2013, Ukraine has climbed 8 positions.
"That's such sad figures, which are not particularly in need of review. Those will be entertaining to see what the government will tell the electorate and Western partners in the 2 nd anniversary of its October, " Arbuzov.