REUTERS Over US$5 billion in foreign investment entered Ukraine in the past three months. "For the first time in the last five years, these are neither budget funds, nor politically motivated [money], nor those from the IMF or the World Bank. Even despite the lack of cooperation with the IMF, foreign investors have started to invest," investment banker Ihor Mazepa said on a special Right to Power talk show program. Read alsoNon-residents expand Ukrainian gov&#39;t bonds portfolio by another 3.3%, to US$2.5 bln According to the banker, the authorities&#39; non-populist policy is appealing to investors. At the same time, candidate running for parliament from the Holos (Voice) Party Yaroslav Yurchyshyn say that investors – both internal and external ones – are waiting to see the fulfillment of the authorities&#39; promises, in particular, in preventing law enforcement agencies&#39; pressure on businesses. An adequate coalition agreement, which will stipulate all the declared steps for businesses and investment activities, is important here, the future lawmaker says. Parliamentary elections took place in Ukraine on July 21. The Servant of the People Party was in the lead in the vote after 51.29% of the protocols (6,878,879 votes) were processed on Monday, July 22.