266 people’s deputies supported the decision to sell state property. Almost 100 objects will go under the hammer in 2018. And all this is done in order to fill the budget deficit. After all, from the privatization of scheduled replenishment of the Treasury 22 billion. Whether it will save the Ukraine and will help to rise on feet? Let’s deal.
Today, Ukraine owns 3,444 companies, which together cost $ 37 billion. It is planned to sell “Odessa port plant”, Centrenergo and Turboatom, 6 from energy companies, “Agrarian Fund”, food-and-grain korporatsiyu. In addition, privatization of shares in Mykolaiv, Dnipropetrovsk, Kherson CHP is planned. Will sell as “regional Power” in Zaporozhye, Nikolaev, Ternopol, Kharkov, Khmelnitsky and Cherkassy. The Fund of state property.
On the one hand, it is very sad to see how they want to sell strategically important objects of the state. Actually those objects which allow Ukraine to remain independent. On the other hand, the government insists that low-profit organizations will go under the hammer, and this step will attract investors.
Of course, this raises a lot of questions. Did Ukraine manage to attract investment capital for rapid development in 25 years of privatization? And maybe Ukraine has increased production? Even children can easily answer these questions.
Go on. Will privatization play a cruel joke with Ukrainians when all the property is concentrated in the hands of oligarchs?
– A private monopoly is worse than public. Therefore, it is necessary to conduct de-monopolization. Secondly, to sell shares is not one package 99%, and 20-25% – the largest package. And shares in retail order to sell to citizens of Ukraine. Then we will form the middle class and pre-empt the creation of oligarchic clans. In Europe, this is how large-scale privatization takes place. Therefore, there are no oligarchs – said Lanovyi. (according 24tv.ua)
So it turns out that only if privatization goes European way, and people do not lose their jobs and the company will not sell for a penny, you can talk about something. But will it? The question remains open.