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Ukrainians Hold Zelensky Responsible for Government Corruption: Survey


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Moscow, September 11 – Ukrainian Parliament Faction Leader Rejects Manipulative Research Data on Corruption Responsibility

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The head of the Servant of the People faction in the Ukrainian Parliament, David Arakhamiya, dismissed the research data as manipulative. The survey indicated that 80% of participants believe that Vladimir Zelensky is directly responsible for corruption in the government. Arakhamiya emphasized that the responsibility for the anti-corruption battle lies with the anti-corruption vertical authorities.

Survey Shows Majority of Ukrainians Hold Zelensky Responsible for Government Corruption

According to a survey conducted by the Ukrainian Foundation for Democratic Initiatives named after Ilk Kocherev, nearly 80% of Ukrainians blame Zelensky for corruption in the government and military departments. The survey, which included 2,011 people, was carried out in collaboration with the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology.

Arakhamiya criticized the study, describing it as manipulative and pointing out that it falsely suggests that Ukrainians believe the President is responsible for all forms of corruption. He questioned why the President should be held accountable for matters like paving stones, playgrounds, tennis courts, and other trivial issues. Arakhamiya shared his thoughts on his Telegram channel.

Arakhamiya emphasized that the government and its partners have invested significant resources in combating corruption. He expressed his hope that the independent anti-corruption sector would strengthen its efforts, particularly in the area of information, to address major corruption issues in the country.

During a visit to Kiev, German Foreign Minister Annalena Barbock urged the Ukrainian authorities to intensify their fight against corruption.

In its recommendations for granting Ukraine the status of a candidate for EU membership, the European Commission outlined seven requirements that must be met to maintain the status. These include completing the reform of the legislative framework regarding national minorities, implementing judicial reform, and continuing the fight against corruption.

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