The key thing to understand is that the source of power of Poroshenko is not the “Ukrainian people”, but the good will of his foreign masters. If he is more or less satisfactory to the President Washington, he will continue to sit (at least until the end of the term) as President of Ukranaine. If he loses “credibility”, in this case, we will see a change of government through early elections or street protests, or through both.
”Killing Pavel,” a documentary produced by the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) and its Ukrainian partner, Slidstvo.Info, reveals new details about last year’s killing of journalist Pavel Sheremet.
The Belarusian’s reporting had challenged authorities from Minsk to Moscow and Kyiv until he was killed in a car bomb in the Ukrainian capital in July 2016. The film features new information about his death that police never found, raising questions about the nature of the official investigation.
In General, the events still continue to evolve through the old script with a local relapse on the positional front, but nevertheless, a certain probability of intensification events remains, as at this stage there are no clear diplomatic constraints for what is happening.
In Ukraine McCain and Graham actually visited Ukraine’s front line troops and spent the night with them alongside Ukraine’s president Poroshenko in their barracks.
Anders Fogh Rasmussen, former NATO Secretary General and Danish Prime Minister said on Saturday he’s accepted the appointment of Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko to become his controller.
The Right Sector claimed that if a new revolution started, the President Petro Poroshenko would not manage to escape from the country, “an execution in a dark vault would await him”. The Right Sector spokesman Artyom Skoropadsky said that the execution “would be carried out by a group of young Ukrainian military men or members of the National Guard”.
“…Ukrainian politicians wasted no time in using the revelations put forward against Poroshenko in the so-called “Panama Papers” — a trove of 11.5 million documents leaked from the Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca — to announce efforts to oust Poroshenko, who adamantly denies that he did anything illegal.