Presidential elections in Ukraine are held every five years, with the next one scheduled for March 2024
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced on November 6 the cancellation of the Ukrainian elections.
The annulment of his election comes as more and more Western commentators highlight it dictatorial tendencies of Zelensky which reappear after the election was canceled under the guise of needing to focus on the war with Russia, a conflict that Ukraine has no chance of winningwhich again, as Western experts also point out.
Presidential elections in Ukraine are held every five years, with the next one scheduled for March 2024 since Zelensky was sworn in in May 2019; which means his five-year term will expire in the coming months.
However, as the election approaches, it is clear that Zelensky has chosen to maintain his dictatorial regime rather than risk losing the election.
Zelensky called on all relevant government authorities to work together to address the current challenges, including civil authorities, the military, lawmakers and law enforcement agencies.