Poroshenko signs law on lustration

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2014/10/03 • Political News

The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko announced on his Facebook page that he has signed the law on lustration, “On purging government and state apparatus.”

“I have decided to sign an important law. Lustration will begin! State institutions shall be cleansed of KGB agents and tops officials of the Party of Regions.” wrote the President.

Translated by: Christine Chraibi
Edited by: Mat Babiak
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  • Kruton

    Hoorah!!

  • Kruton

    Crush the Bolshevik Ebola infected sub-humanoids!

    • LorCanada

      Ha, let’s not get too melodramatic about it, lol. I get your point though.
      ;- )

  • Rods

    Well done! To stop the crippling Russian influence on the Rada and state institutions the President had no choice but to sign this into law. Now use it to purge the government of the evil endemic corruption and 5th columnists, who are there not for ‘what they can do for the country in public service’ but for ‘what the people and country can do for them’.

    Importantly this keeps keeps Ukraine in ‘The Great Game’ against their ‘neighbour from hell’, Russia and their evil regime.

  • Dirk Smith

    This is the only way Ukraine will advance within EU and NATO. Keep the lice killer coming…

  • Murf

    About time, now use it.

  • Michel Cloarec

    Corruption is a criminal act !
    tranparency international.org ranks as follow
    Russia 127/177
    Ukrainia 144/177
    Belarus 123/177
    Poland 38
    Germany 12
    Sweden 3
    Norway 5
    Finland 3
    Japan 18
    Canada 9
    Australia 9
    BRICK: Brazil (nul infos) Russia 127 India 94 China 80 N Korea 175
    Correlation is obvious !
    Of course there is no infomartion about the so called new mini republics of Donbass.
    (mini republics= people republic without people)

  • Roger Mikael Klang

    Well, seems like the war is really on now.

  • Don Casavant

    Its about time they did this!

  • Valera Sceptical

    If this “lustration law” was signed in any other country – especially in Russia – the west would be screaming “bloody murder”. Hypocrisy abound!