As reported by Censor.NET, Odesa Deputy Governor Oleksandr Borovik wrote this on his Facebook page.
According to him, the center operates as a pilot project while no relevant regulatory framework has been adopted.
"The center is now in danger. The city council doesn't hide its aspirations to close it. A discredit campaign has been launched. The people, who have been milking the city since the 90's, are now accusing the young guys of their 30-hryvnia lunch provided by a business fund being corruption. The same people, who are responsible for country not being able to pay young idealists recently enrolled in the civil service, have the audacity to teach us today what the corruption is," he wrote.
He also added the center and the young people who work there would be defended by all means: "Guys, you are great. The Odesa reform package, including administrative reform, will be pushed in Kyiv in order for the fast service to become the norm and not an idealistic project."
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