Self-help (party)

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Self help
Party leader Andrei Sadowy
Party leader Andrij Sadowyj
founding December 29, 2012
Headquarters Lviv
Alignment Conservatism ,
Colours) green and blue
European party European People's Party (observer status)

Self-help ( Ukrainian Самопоміч / Samopomitsch ) is the name of a Ukrainian party . The party leader is Andrij Sadowyj , the mayor of Lviv . For a long time he was considered a liberal activist. The party wants to strengthen local self-government and is particularly popular among the educated youth.

It ran in the parliamentary election in Ukraine in 2014 and received 10.97%, making it the third largest party in the new Verkhovna Rada .

As of December 2, 2014, the party appointed Olexy Pavlenko, Minister for Agricultural Policy and Food, to Arseny Yatsenyuk's second cabinet . The party abstained in the election of Yatsenyuk's successor cabinet, the Hroysman cabinet , in April 2016 and has been in the opposition ever since.

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