Samstag, 20. Juni 2015

U.S. Pressures Nobel Committee to Declare Ukraine’s President a Peace Prize Nominee, Leaked Letter

Mr. Poroshenko, Ukraine and Mr. Levi, France

U.S. Pressures Nobel Committee to Declare Ukraine’s President a Peace Prize Nominee, Leaked Letter

A leaked letter dated May 19th and sent by the Chairman of Ukraine’s parliament, Vladimir Groysman, to the chargé d’affaires of the U.S. Embassy in Oslo Norway, thanks her for “the efforts you have made to have Petro Oleksiyovych Poroshenko nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize,” but continues: “Still we consider your assurances of support by the two members of the Nobel Committee as insufficient,” because there are five members of the Committee, and the support of 3 of them is necessary.

Nach Obama würde damit der zweite "Friedensengel" einen Nobelpreis erhalten.

Da weiß man nicht, ob man sich vor Lachen den Bauch halten oder lieber direkt das Kotzen anfangen soll.

Die globale Hirnwäsche durch diese Drecksbande wird bald ein Ende haben, weil sie nackt dasteht und keiner mehr an die neuen Klamotten glaubt.

Who is Volodymyr Groysman: aka: Vladimir Groysman?

Volodymyr Borysovych Groysman or sometimes transliterated as Volodymyr Borysovych Hroisman[2] (Ukrainian: Володимир Борисович Гройсман; Yiddish: וואָלאָדימיר באָריסאָוויטש גרויסמאַן‎; born 20 January 1978[3]) is a Ukrainian politician who has been the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of the 8th convocation, Ukraine's national parliament, since 27 November 2014. He was elected into parliament on the party lists of the pro-presidential Petro Poroshenko Bloc.
In the First Yatsenyuk Government which was in office from 27 February until 27 November 2014, Groysman held two concurrent positions as the Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine for Regional Policy and the Minister of Regional Development, Construction and Housing and Communal Services of Ukraine. From 28 March 2006 until 27 February 2014, Groysman was the Mayor of Vinnytsia.[4][5][6] 
Volodymyr Groysman was born in Vinnytsia on 20 January 1978.[3] In 1994 he started his career as a commercial director of the small private business company "ОКО" and as a commercial director of the private enterprise "Youth".[3]
In the 2002 local elections, he was elected as a member of the Vinnytsia City Council from the 29th electoral district. In the city council, he worked as the Deputy Head of the Permanent Committee of the City Council on Human Rights, Lawfulness, Council Members' Activities and Ethics.[3] In 2003, he graduated from the Interregional Academy of Personnel Management with a specialty in Jurisprudence.[3]
On 25 November 2005, he was elected the head of the city council and the acting mayor.[3] In the March 26, 2006 local elections, he was elected as the city's mayor,[3] becoming the youngest mayor of a Ukraine's administrative center. In the October 10, 2010 local elections, he was re-elected mayor for a second term as a candidate of the party Conscience of Ukraine, gaining the support of 77.81% of citizens.[3] While mayor, Groysman was the Vice-President of the Association of Ukrainian Cities and the Legal Issues society.[3]
In February 2010, Groysman graduated from the National Academy of State Administration with a specialty in Community Development Management, especially management on the local and regional levels.[3]

...Volodymyr Groysman is married and has two daughters and a son.[3] He is of Jewish descent.[19]

(abgefragt am 20.06.2015)

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