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 "Don't we see the country is stuck?" - Odesa Governor Saakashvili criticizes reform pace in Ukraine

Head of the Odesa regional state administration Mikheil Saakashvili has criticized slow pace of the reforms conducted by the country's government.

As reported by Censor.NET, Saakashvili is certain that Ukraine needs revolutionary changes, which have not been implement by the Cabinet in two years.

"Revolutions are not conducted in order to place me or someone else into power. Revolutions are conducted for the sake of revolutionary changes. Ukraine had the revolution, but has seen no revolutionary changes, no changes at all, to be honest," the governor said.

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The problem of many ministers, including the PM, Saakashvili said, is that they keep saying what should be done and 'how great it would be if...' instead of doing things.

"We do not need just a government reload, we need the country to be reloaded. Don't we see the country is stuck?," the governor said.
 
 
 
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