ICPS has published a study on the year of Zelensky’s presidency

On Tuesday, May 19, the International Centre for Policy Studies presented the document “The year of Zelensky: lost opportunities, training time or preparation for a breakthrough?” in which analysed changes in domestic and foreign policy, economy and governance under the sixth President of Ukraine.

ICPS experts in the study note that Volodymyr Zelensky has managed a country with a number of complex problems: poverty, corruption, a weak and import-dependent economy, institutional weakness and inefficiency of public authorities, strong oligarchic monopolies and dependent media, political structures, war and Russian occupation of part of Ukrainian territory. A completely new and unexpected problem for the sixth president was the coronavirus pandemic, the need to impose strict quarantine restrictions throughout the country and the comprehensive economic crisis.

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