Kiva stands for passing law banning officials, their families from owning property and doing business in Russia
Ukraine should pass a law prohibiting politicians, officials and their families from owning property and doing business in the territory of the aggressor country, in particular, the Russian Federation and the occupied territories, Head of the Socialist Party of Ukraine Illia Kiva has said.
"I demand the adoption of a bill banning politicians, officials and members of their families from doing business in the territory of the enemy. If you are an official, if you are a people's deputy or the president and you have business in Russia - put your mandate, resign and leave civil service! Do not weaken the country," Kiva wrote on Facebook.
According to him, this idea will unite Ukraine and political forces in it, and also will allow defending the interests of Ukraine against the backdrop of Russian aggression.
"I am sure that this idea will unite the country - the right and the left, the red and the white, all those who are ready to defend the interests of Ukraine. My task for 2018 is to clean the rear, and therefore to strengthen the front and win!" Kiva added.
He also called on all patriotic citizens to identify the facts of doing business with the aggressor both in the occupied territories and outside Ukraine.
"I urge all patriots to make every effort to identify and block the business of Ukrainian officials and their relatives in the Russian Federation and the occupied territories. They earn on trade with the enemy and fill their budget, and the enemy kills our children for this money!" Kiva said.