What consequences will be caused by the Great Crisis? As often as not the economic aspects of the affair are discussed both in mass media, and in scientific discourse. But, if one would recall the Great Depression of 1930th, the most alarms must appear to be caused by the socio-political facet of the Crisis. First and foremost, it is necessary to find out how will the Crisis influence on next presidential and parliamentary elections in Ukraine. Is there a threat of uncertain political stability being disturbed in our country? Are there real grounds to expect any dramatic changes within the political parties structuring in consideration of election results? What the future should be both for the left and for the right radicals if we do take into account all of these developments? These and quite a number relative to them questions have been discussed by participants at Round Table of the 'Philosophical Thought' Journal.
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