Addressing the aftertaste of corrupt privatizations of the 1990s

, Sennychenko wrote: “The speculation that someone wants to buy up state property cheaply will not work! Absolutely transparent privatization auctions with offers for any wallet demonstrate only a fair price of the asset. If earlier the term ‘privatization’ had mostly negative connotations, now auctions, where more than 20 participants are stubbornly competing for victory, is a common practice.”