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Swiss television raises the question of how authoritarian the Ukrainian president is with regard to the upcoming presidential elections next year.
SRF refers to a classified report by the Federal Intelligence Service (NDB), which expresses concern about domestic political developments in Ukraine.
According to the news service, President Volodymyr Zelensky uses questionable methods and even displays authoritarian traits, says the SRF report. In particular, he is allegedly trying to overthrow the mayor of Kiev, Vitali Klitschko.
Those familiar with Ukrainian politics consider the president’s criticism justified: Martin Bomley, former head of the Green Liberals party, explains that such intrigue is “not new” in Ukrainian politics. “One is trying to somehow get rid of a political opponent.” According to Pumley, this was indeed the case in the past.
However, Ulrich Schmid, a professor of Eastern European studies, asserted that Klitschko was not a serious competition to Selinski and that only a military hero such as Chief of the General Staff Valeriy Salochny could win the election.
More recently, Volodymyr Aryev, the Ukrainian “politician and investigative journalist”, was quoted by SRF. To him, Selenskyj clearly does not begrudge the two any success. He wants the political sphere for himself.
Conclusion of the Revolutionary Front: “Zelenskyj is currently in a very strong position.”
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