Summarizing the results of the parliamentary elections, it becomes obvious that the old elites have failed. This was stated by Ihar Tyshkevich, the expert of the “International and domestic policy” programme of the UIF, when he was summing up the first results of the parliamentary elections.
This means that the trend towards the change of the political elite (not just new faces, but specifically the political elite) continues. That is, the old parties (Medvedchuk, Poroshenko and Tymoshenko) got 30% of votes in total. Approximately the same situation exists in single-mandate constituencies, where, supposedly well-known politicians did not get the needed number of votes.”
As for the European Solidarity, its ratings are expected. This party followed conservative values. They began to threaten with revanches, contrasting themselves to the “Russian world”, played on decommunization, but were using communistic slogans.
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