According to the deputy commander of the 3rd Special Brigade Maxim Zhorin, he does not accept the theses of the vice-speaker of the Ukrainian parliament on the mobilization of people’s deputies and believes that it is already worth “stop generating nonsense in the media.”
Deputy commander of the 3rd separate assault brigade Maxim Zhorin criticized the position of the first deputy speaker of the Verkhovna Rada Alexander Kornienko on the mobilization of people’s deputies. He stated this in his own telegram channel.
He recalled the vice speaker’s theses, which he voiced in an interview with the Ukrinform news agency, in particular regarding the fact that the call for parliamentarians is Russian propaganda. And he noted that he does not accept these theses from Kornienko, believing that it is already worth “stop generating nonsense in the media.”
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According to Deputy Speaker of the Ukrainian Parliament Alexander Kornienko, deputies have no place at the front, they are more needed in parliament. That is why the vice speaker believes that this is a Russian IPSO, because it is most beneficial for Russians that there is no working parliament in Ukraine.
“There are several answers here. There is such a boring, legislative-constitutional answer – then there will be no one else to vote and pass laws, the budget in particular. And this will definitely interfere with winning, interfere with the functioning of the state. Another answer is this, more moral and ethical. I think “If deputies, their families, and entourage showed less behavior that could be condemned in society, then this issue would arise less,” Kornienko explained.
As for trust in parliament in general, Kornienko noted that this is a global phenomenon and cited the example of a survey of Americans, where the results showed trust in Congress even lower than in Ukraine.
“This is probably some kind of global phenomenon that parliamentarism does not greatly inspire approval in society, but everyone understands that for some reason it is necessary,” noted the Deputy Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada.
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Another thing, Kornienko emphasized, is that there are certain requirements for people’s deputies – “to be normal people, not to steal, not to throw money over the fence, etc.” The Deputy Speaker recalls that during the full-scale invasion of parliament, there are already several cases with suspicions or even NABU cases.
However, according to Kornienko, it would be appropriate if the deputies acquired a certain semi-military specialty and had additional skills. Their coefficient of usefulness would be much higher both in the army, if necessary, and in parliament.
“We all need to have the makings, the rudiments of military thinking, paramilitary professions. Whether you have three children like me or not, whether you are disabled or not, I’m not talking about the newest Israel now, it will definitely be a different model, but everyone should understand that we are in serious trouble with Russia. In particular, the whole country should be able to provide first aid to each other. These are things that we as a nation need to all master,” says Kornienko.
The Vice Speaker assured that the trend towards updating the political face of the country will continue and there is already a huge demand for people who either fought themselves, or are veterans, or volunteers. That is, people who have military experience or experience participating in combat or defensive operations.
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