Two years after the Euromaidan Ukrainians should go to the Local elections amid widespread fatigue weakening economy and stalled reform, writes.
If last year the main topic was the conflict in the East of Ukraine, now at the polling stations in Kiev people are most concerned about rising prices, devaluation of the national currency and corruption, which has become an even bigger problem than before. People no longer trust the government, which was handing out promises to spend the most important reforms in the shortest possible time, emphasizes the print edition.
Discontent increased even among active participants, who were the initiators of the Euromaidan." Poroshenko and Yatsenyuk are supporting the corrupt system and continuously postpone the reform of the judicial system ", - quotes the magazine Yegor Sobolev, a former activist and now head of the Department on combating bribery.
Local elections were held in Ukraine on Sunday on the new electoral law. Regional, city and district councils elected under the proportional system with open lists. The results have to be determined before November 4 and made public for five days.