A revolutionary version of land reform may lead to the most massive protests during the time of the current government, said Deputy Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Mykola Tomenko. He stated this while on a visit to Cherkasy region. This reform, according to deputy chairman of BP, may be one of the most disputed because lifting the moratorium and full freedom in the purchase and sale of agricultural land has little support in society. Another problem of land reform, the conviction Tomenko, is that "nobody knows who it is and will be responsible for its implementation. "
"The fact that the parliamentary hearings on the land reform issue reported to the Deputy Minister of agriculture and industry, said that the power and wants to legalize the free sale of land, and afraid of the possible consequences of making that decision", - said Tomenko. He reiterated that the "revolutionary version of land reform may lead to the most massive protests during the time of the current government. "
Speaking about the new reforms, Tomenko reminded that most of them did not find support in the community. Among such reforms, he called the tax and pension, holding that, according to sociological studies do not support 88% of the population.