Tuesday, December 7

UKIP vote against Ukraine resolution

UKIP voted against a resolution on the Ukraine that strongly condemned the conditions for the second round of the Presidential elections and the validity of the result. UKIP's reasoning for doing so was on the grounds that the EU should not be interfering in the affairs of the nation state especially ones that are not even members of the EU. Indeed, they believe that using the European Parliament to bring about change only strengthens the institution.

However, all UKIP has shown is a deep lack of respect for the people of the Ukraine. They must think that the recent elections were free and fair, untainted by interference.

Source: Anonymous

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