Despite the fact that after the Maidan it has been almost two years, Ukraine still faced the same problems, writes the Agency.
"the popularity of the President yesterday elections in local authorities very quickly falling, and business and voters say that the country is going in the wrong direction. All had to be different ", - stated in the material.
Since the change of power in Ukraine can not see progress towards the construction of the European sample, and this preserves the " post-Soviet curse of bribery ".
"The inability to hit the embezzlement may weaken the support provided today to those leaders who came To power after the revolution, but also further destroys confidence in the economy and the desperate need for investment," writes the Creator of the article, stressing that at the moment two thirds of Ukrainians believe that the country is moving in the wrong direction.
the lack of achievements in the modernization of Ukraine has weakened support for the ruling coalition led by the party of President Petro Poroshenko. Fortunately for the head of the Ukrainian opposing political force At the moment of time is split into the populists, nationalists and supporters of the old regime and the presidential and parliamentary elections will be held not before 2019. Such a time period enables him to dissociate himself from the growing discontent, which show a commercial organization, accusing bureaucrats in the defence of the interests of their corporate allies and oligarchs.
in opinion of head of the investment Fund Andrey Pavlichenkov, optimization of the administrative apparatus in the country is not significantly any success. The difficulties associated with corporate raids and Intrusive inspections of the Prosecutor's office and special services, have not gone away.
"Ukraine is not sufficiently attractive for investment because there is this kind of problem. Officials have no idea about how to manage and regulate and do only those that are looking for an opportunity to snatch a bribe. The system does not want to change, " said Pavlichenko.