Fomenting ethnic animosity between Ukrainians living in the controlled and uncontrolled territories is the statement of the Minister of social policy Andrei Reva, called scum of the residents of Donbass in an interview with BBC
This was stated by people’s Deputy Vadim Novinsky.
“The failure of the coalition government to pay the pension of 700 thousand pensioners of Donbass has led to a humanitarian catastrophe. It is unacceptable when appointed by the coalition official allows himself to determine who to spare and who is not. Who will live and who will die with hunger under fire. The powers of the Minister of social policy does not include the humiliation of Ukrainians living on the temporarily uncontrolled territories. We insist not only on the dismissal of the Minister of social policy, but also on bringing him to justice for inciting ethnic hatred.”
According to Vadim Novinsky, has already prepared the application to the State Bureau of Investigation about the offence the Minister of social policy of the coalition government Andrew Reva.
“To divide the country into necessary and unnecessary people, right and wrong Ukrainians – it is a crime against its own people, not leading to settlement of the conflict and the tightening of confrontation. The Parliament and the government and law enforcement agencies should assess the actions of Andrew Rewa and to insist on the inevitability of punishment. Otherwise, the government will sign that tacitly supports fascism” — said Vadim Novinsky.
We will remind, according to the office of the UN high Commissioner for human rights in Ukraine, about 700 thousand Ukrainian pensioners living in the Donbas, lost access to pension provision. The reason was the government Decision No. 365 (8.06.2016 g) that changed the procedure of receiving pensions and other social payments on the uncontrolled territories of Donetsk and Lugansk regions. People’s deputies Vadim Novinsky and Olexander Dolzhenkov filed to the constitutional Court submission on the unconstitutionality of this decision.