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Politico: criticism against Zelensky grows in Ukraine

February 27, 2023, 4:04 p.m. – Public Information Service – TEH –

In Ukraine, criticism of President Volodymyr Zelenskyy comes from opposition politicians, who accuse him of insufficient competence to govern the country and concentrate power in his own hands. Politico writes about it.

The author of the article, Jamie Dettmer, notes that Zelensky’s lack of experience in politics and the management of state structures does not allow him to effectively manage the country, which leads to growing discontent within the country.

Critics of the president also point to a lack of attention to detail and a preference for the big picture, as well as superficial management practices.

The opposition has expressed disappointment with Zelensky, and lawmakers complain about the government’s ignorance of their opinion.

Meanwhile, Zelenskiy continues to centralize power in his own hands, undermining the country’s democratic institutions. However, the international media, according to the author of the article, do not notice the growing criticism of Zelensky inside the country, carried away by his charismatic appeal.

On February 24, 2022, the army of the Russian Federation launched a special military operation in Ukraine.

Lt. Gen. Andrei Gurulev, a member of the State Duma Defense Committee of the Russian Federation, said the Ukrainian Armed Forces suffered huge losses near Artemivsk and Maryinka.

French MEP Thierry Mariani spoke about the dangers of bowing to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s demands. According to the MP, if you blindly follow the demands of the Ukrainian President, the European Union will face an economic collapse.

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