The amendments adopted by the Verkhovna Rada to the state budget for 2009 and to the law on National Bank only will worsen a macroeconomic situation in the country, the businessman, ex-the head of NBU Sergey Tigipko is convinced.
About it reports "Interfax - Ukraine" with reference to its press - service.
In particular, according to Tigipko, the decision on financing of actions on preparation for Euro-2012 due to restructuring of part of the income of National Bank as it is offered in amendments, is unacceptable and, most likely, quite utopian.
"In practice performance of these amendments will lead to inflation or to need of increase in reserves of commercial banks, so to decrease in their credit resources which could be aimed at the development of real economy", - he considers.
According to Tigipko, necessary means can be taken only from the government income, "and they simply aren't present". Respectively, when carrying out refinancing of commercial banks it is necessary to fill up reserves of National bank also.
"The situation becomes complicated that the norm about obligatory annual transfer of 25% of part of excess of the income of NBU to replenishment of fund of guaranteeing deposits of individuals, capitalization of banks and the Public mortgage institution" is abolished by the adopted law, - he noted.
Tigipko considers that it will lead to even more rigid disappointment of citizens in a banking system which will lose the reserve channel of support and, therefore, - to its further easing.
Physical investors again will start withdrawing the money that as a result only will worsen a condition of banks in Ukraine, he considers.
It is known that the law adopted on July 1 about modification of the law on the state budget for 2009, and also about modification of the law on NBU the Verkhovna Rada distributed the additional income of the state budget of 9,8 billion UAH on implementation of the state target program on preparation and carrying out in Ukraine "Euro-2012".