Member of the Ukrainian Supreme Rada Yevgeny Muraev believes that work of a large group of people will help the country find a way out of the current situation, but nor slogans and words of politicians. He said that the Ukrainian leadership should stop asking for advice the USA or the International Monetary Fund when adopting new laws.
In order to escape legal collisions, one should work with experts instead of being consulted by the Uncle Sam or IMF.
“When laws are adopted after consultations with the Uncle Sam or IMF, this results in a genocide in this country. We meet specialized professionals. We check that it results in no legal collisions and that it corresponds with other laws in force,” Muraev said on air of a talk show on NewsOne channel.
As EADaily reported earlier, international creditors of Ukraine do not share this opinion. The IMF and World Bank keep reminding Kiev that their recommendations need to be taken into account when new laws are adopted in Ukraine.