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From Failure 2018 to Reboot 2019

Economic summary of years 2014–2018 in Ukraine shows these have been the worst five years for the country over the 21st century. If we are to sum up other domains, including foreign policy, security, and social protection, the most recent five years would be the worst since Ukraine’s independence, according to Serhiy Lovochkin, OPPOSITION PLATFORM — FOR LIFE MP, and his blog post for Korrespondent

27 December 2018

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Serhiy Lovochkin: Government should resume timely funding of Chornobyl veterans support programs in full

Over the past several years, the current government of Ukraine has significantly reduced funding of social programs aimed at support of those affected by the Chornobyl disaster. Serhiy Lovochkin, MP, OPPOSITION PLATFORM — FOR LIFE, stated in his inquiry to Ukraine’s Prime Minister Volodymyr Hroisman. Lovochkin requested that the government resume timely funding of Chornobyl veterans support programs in full

21 December 2018

Serhiy Lovochkin: Over Five Years, Real Pension Benefits For Disabled Persons Decreased from $175 to $71

On the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, the Ukrainian authorities made quite a few statements on their assistance to such people. But in fact, after 2013, the level of support for people with disabilities has deteriorated significantly. This was stated by the MP of the OPPOSITION PLATFORM – FOR LIFE Serhiy Lovochkin. The politician is convinced that after the change of power, funding of these people's needs will be significantly increased in the country.

05 December 2018

Serhiy Lovochkin: Government Deprives 75 Percent of Families of Subsidies At Once

Right before the start of the heating season, the Government increased gas prices, which has lead to an increase in heating fees. At the same time, the number of recipients of subsidies over the last year decreased by 75 percent. This was announced by Serhiy Lovochkin, the OPPOSITION PLATFORM FOR LIFE MP. According to him, the government deprived 4.6 million families of the ability to pay the government's tariffs by introducing draconian rules for calculating subsidies.

27 November 2018