No unity among Ukraine nationalists ahead of elections

20:30, 20 November 2018
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"The National Corps does not support the decision of representatives of individual nationalist organizations to name Ruslan Koshulynsky a single candidate from the nationalist camp,” the organization said in a statement.

The party notes that the decision to support Koshulinsky was "made behind the scenes, without wide discussion and in breach of the manifesto of nationalist forces."

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"Those who signed that 'document' have no real authority among millions of Ukrainian nationalists,” stressed the National Corpus.

In turn, the party nominated its leader, MP Andriy Biletsky, as a candidate from the nationalist forces.

As UNIAN reported earlier, on October 14, the leader of the All-Ukrainian Union Svoboda Oleh Tiahnybok proposed to nominate his deputy Ruslan Koshulynsky as a single presidential candidate from the nationalist camp.

At the same time, Tiahnybok noted that he would not run for president.

Recall that during the 2014 elections, Tiahnybok won 1.16% of the vote.

The next presidential election in Ukraine is scheduled for March 31, 2019.

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