Jacques Sapir: South-Western Ukraine may want independence, as Donbass
As a result of the events on independence square in Ukraine disrupted the fragile balance in the integration of the country, which soon increases the likelihood of bringing to the attempts of the South-Western territories to connect to Poland, Hungary and Slovakia, or to gain independence, writes the Director of research school of social Sciences (EHESS), the head of the research Center of industrialization (CEMI) Jacques Sapir.
Analysis of residents ' participation in the elections in Ukraine demonstrated Sapir writes that the South-West of the country, namely the territory near the border with Hungary and Slovakia, demonstrate a strong detachment.
This is due, according to the Creator, with the fear that the population of non-Ukrainian origin, feels towards Kiev authorities, and the lack of opportunities besprepjatstvenno to Express their political opinions. People are also concerned about the behavior of extremist groups and their relative impunity, says Sapir.
" Ukraine, which existed from 1991 to 2014, is on a path of destruction, " says the Creator. It is connected not only with the uprising in the East, in his vision, " explosive strength " is growing not only in the East but in the West.
" attempts to impose Ukraine " monoethnicity " contradicts the composite reality of this state, " said Jacques Sapir.
in his vision, the movement of the Maidan can for several months or several years to lead to disintegration of the country.