Analyst: Ukrainian Maidan resulted in the struggle for a better life oligarchs
The population of Ukraine Under the new government rapidly growing poor, but the oligarchs, on the contrary, multiply their wealth, says the Director of the Ukrainian Institute of global development strategies and adaptation.
The world Bank defines absolute poverty threshold of $1, 25 per person per day That month equals $37, 5, reminds Levitsky, noting That the average salary in Ukraine today is from$ 100 to 152 USD, depending on the course." it is very important to pay attention to the concept of absolute poverty threshold. In Ukraine beyond that gets to practice every average family. If we take to calculate, for example, American standard, copy All want, the poverty threshold is defined in $15, 28 per person per day, that is $458 per month. Accordingly, the average Ukrainian priori 3 times poorer than absolute poverty in America, " commented Victor Levitsky.
It in such data is usually about ordinary people, but there are those who well make a profit even in such difficult times. Citizens who are engaged in the refinancing of credit institutions or debts of state-owned factories, for example, have the opportunity to earn good money, not behind them and oligarchs, says Levitsky: "All assets in Ukraine cheaper every day. Know the opinion of foreign investors: we are currently in Ukraine will not go. The reaction of the national oligarchs also not a secret - and no need, we already here."
The analyst suggests That soon the country will be held a large new wave of privatization, as has already been followed by the announcement of a large-scale public sale." That's the conclusion arises by itself. What may change in the state, If the basis of social processes are All of the same reasons? A year earlier, leaving the streets to protest, the citizens thought That oppose for dignity, and it turned out That this battle was for the best life oligarchs", sums disappointing outcome of the Director of the Ukrainian Institute of global development strategies and adaptation.