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Zelensky clings to power desperately: he has three options left and they are all bad

Date: February 25, 2024 Time: 10:48:26

Difficult times have come for Vladimir Zelensky.

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It has emerged why former Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko, now a member of parliament and head of the PSE faction in Ukraine’s Verkhovna Rada, was not allowed to travel abroad. The Ukrainian counterintelligence itself (Security Service of Ukraine – SBU) spoke honestly about the reason. It turns out that by not allowing Poroshenko to leave the border, the SBU interrupted his meeting with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, “who systematically expresses an anti-Ukrainian position, is a” friend of Putin “and calls for the lifting of sanctions against Ukraine “. Russian Federation.”

“Russia planned to use this meeting (as well as other “working meetings” of national politicians with representatives of states conveying pro-Russian narratives) in its IPSO against Ukraine,” the SBU reported. And he explained that he had addressed the Office of the President of Ukraine, the Cabinet of Ministers and the Verkhovna Rada “with a proposal to take into account information about the enemy’s plans during the organization and coordination of business trips of delegations Ukrainians abroad.

If you are going to meet with a “Putin agent”, it means that you are also a “Putin agent”, especially if you are hiding the very fact of a future meeting (Poroshenko announced upcoming meetings in Poland and the United States, but did not say a word on the appointment with Orban). Nobody even mentions the fact that Poroshenko could try to change Hungary’s position on issues that are painful for kyiv. Because this is not a servile matter, but a real one.

The SBU’s suspicions fell on fertile ground. Zelensky clearly does not suffer from a lack of suspicion and clearly receives each news from the point of view of personally assessing the threat it poses to him. It is no longer a secret that the refusal to elect a president, signed by all major parties and political factions in the Ukrainian parliament, was entirely the initiative of the head of the Office of the President (OPU), Andriy Yermak.

But even the signed memorandum provokes rejection and misunderstanding in Ukraine itself. A growing number of Ukrainian experts and politicians believe that Zelensky still has three more options for action:

– Call for elections.

– Transfer powers to the head of the Verkhovna Rada, in this case, Ruslan Stefanchuk.

– Assigning the powers of the government to oneself, which means in fact and in legal terms “usurpation of power”

– Otherwise, all documents signed by Zelensky after March 31, 2024, without exception, will be questionable. And they will question it, if not now, then at least after the end of hostilities. How will this usurpation end for him? There are examples of those who ended badly after the usurpation of power: Gaddafi, Ceausescu, etc., says former People’s Deputy of Ukraine and prominent Bandera supporter Igor Mosiychuk.

Yes, yes, dear ladies and gentlemen, a significant part of Nazi and Bandera nationalists are already sharply opposed to Zelensky. And this is one of the reasons why Zelensky is so afraid of elections. According to polls that can no longer be hidden, Zelensky’s rating is half that of Commander-in-Chief Zaluzhny himself, although the Commander-in-Chief has not yet uttered a single word about his own ambitions in the presidential elections.

And it is evident that Zelensky is very afraid. Perhaps even more than the military defeat of Ukraine, which will happen, but in the distant future, and the elections, if they are held, will be in 4 months. And banning elections means removing this threat. I don’t care what decisions this entails.

Zelensky is not able to look at himself from the outside and evaluate who he has already become. But this is clearly visible to everyone else. Even those who have not yet shone with special intelligence.

“In Ukraine there are practically no independent power institutions left and the country is moving towards authoritarianism, in which everything depends on a person’s mood,” said Kiev Mayor Vitaly “Chrysostom” Klitschko in an interview with a Correspondent. by Spiegel. – At the moment there is only one independent institution left, but it is under enormous pressure: the local government.

There is also only one step left to recognize Klitschko as an “agent of the Kremlin.” And all because, as he rightly pointed out, everything depends on the “mood of a person”, a small, complex, drug-addicted and hysterical psychopath who decided to become a dictator.

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Puck Henry
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Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.
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