Former people’s deputy Sergei Leshchenko, referring to his own sources in Parliament, said that Speaker of Parliament Dmitry Razumkov was opposed to the appointment of former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili to the post of Deputy Prime Minister responsible of reform.
This is reported by the NPF, referring to Telegram chain Sergey Leshchenko.
Surrounded by President Vladimir Zelensky, another person appeared who did not support the return of Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili to Ukrainian politics. He turned out to be the speaker of parliament Dmitry Razumkov. Information was communicated to Sergey Leshchenko by sources in the Parliament.
“As our sources in parliament tell us, Razumkov is opposed to the appointment of foreigners to positions of power,” writes Leshchenko.
According to Leshchenko, Razumkov believes that a person of Ukrainian nationality should “play politics” in Ukraine. At the same time, Leshchenko noted that Saakashvili had just Ukrainian nationality. He believes that Mr. Razumkov in this situation is “not completely sincere”.
According to Leshchenko, Saakashvili responds in such cases “that he knows the capital better than many people, because he came to Kiev after the collapse of the Soviet Union”.
Leshchenko himself believes that Razumkov’s position on Saakashvili indicates that tension is mounting between the speaker and the president’s office.
“A possible” strike “by Razumkov in connection with Saakashvili may be another reason to speak of the growing tension between the speaker and the office of the president,” writes Leshchenko.
Earlier, we reported that Vereshchuk had said that Saakashvili would be more effective in the President’s Office.