Syroid believes that Ranino to start work in up with learning the mistakes of the past

Сыроид считает, что Райнину следует начать работу в АП с изучения ошибок предшественников

The newly appointed head of the presidential Administration Igor Rainin should begin their work by studying the mistakes of its predecessors. Such opinion on air of “Prime Evening” on TV channel “112 Ukraine” said the Vice-speaker of the Parliament Oksana Syroid.

Also, in her opinion, to avoid excessive concentration of powers in the President’s Administration.

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“Perhaps too much attention paid to it. We are artificially raising the weight this position to such a level. The President, in fact, may appoint their representatives nursing services independently and at his own discretion, and the person here is probably not so important. More importantly, what is the status of this post? And unequivocally that the administration, as well as the head of the administration, unable to perform alternative functions of government, alternative locations for parliamentary decisions. I think we should start a new Chapter of the administration is to study the mistakes of their predecessors. Because, whoever was at the head of the state, prior to the current President, they all suffered from that, so they think, or how we imagined it, heads of administrations, but they took them unusual powers. As a result, this excess of power, which was concentrated in the administration, he was sooner or later fatal for the President. And I think maybe finally someone will start to learn from the mistakes of predecessors, and not on their own”, says Syroid.

We will remind, the President Petro Poroshenko today has appointed Ihor Rainin as head of his Administration. Earlier rainin was the head of the Kharkiv regional state administration, and at the head of the presidential Administration was replaced by Boris Lozhkin.

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