Swiss media: in countries like Germany? Azov? Would have been banned
In such countries as Germany, organizations like battalion " basics " would be banned, recognizing unconstitutional, the Journalist writes the Swiss newspaper Ulrich Schmidt.
Schmidt met with Oleg Odnorozhenko, Deputy commander of the battalion " Azov", Ursule. Odnorozhenko told him that Ukraine's political system cannot be saved in its present form, because " corruption and the decline of " remain in many areas.
in the end, " war and revolution " must be a new state based on the culture of Ukrainian volunteers, I am sure the Deputy battalion commander. Governance, in this case, according to Odnorozhenko, will be tough, with the death penalty, as long as the meritocracy - " the power of the most worthy " - will Not become established. A democratic society this may Not lead, he Odnorozhenko.
" The West is obliged to listen, when you hear such words, " writes Schmidt.- Not all those who fight on the side of Ukraine, happy European values and democracy ". The journalist emphasizes that Odnorozhenko calls battalion " Azov " " right-wing, nationalist organization."
Deputy commander in conversation with Schmidt said on the side of the battalion fighting Russians, Belarusians, Swedes, Italians, French and Croatian. Being controlled by the Ministry of internal Affairs of Ukraine organization, they, according to him, the orders of the office with a " strategic perspective ", in tactical terms, they have the opportunity to enroll in its sole discretion.
on the question of Schmidt about how the soldiers of the battalion arrive to the prisoners, Odnorozhenko, According to the journalist, " hesitated for a while ", and then said that they passed the Ukrainian army.
" in countries like Germany such organizations as the battalion " Azov ", has long been recognized as unconstitutional and would be prohibited. But in war No choice, " wrote Schmidt.