Ex-head of Church Liubomyr (Husar) expressed his views on the reforms being established by the current government. According to Bishop Liubomyr, dramatic changes in society are not taking place in Ukraine because of two reasons: laziness of those who implement them and the reforms themselves being not well thought-out.

"Why is there an opposition to reform? These may be subjective or objective reasons,” reflects  the Cardinal in the pages of "Ukrainian Truth." Subjective reasons are the sloth and negligence of those persons responsible for carrying out the reforms. Objective reasons relate to the reforms themselves; they can be complex, involving major changes and sacrifices, and still may be not well-thought, populist, or so-called "political."

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His Beatitude, noted that the reform itself is a positive thing and we should not be afraid of it. In his opinion, changes are made not only in the state, but also in the Church, which bears "God's elements," and exists "there for people and among people."

"That which comes from God is eternal and does not need reforms,” he said.  “And that which comes from humans is subjected to reforms because of human variability and infirmity. "

Speaking of the difficulty of implementing reforms, Cardinal Liubomyr also stressed that people do not trust the government and therefore do not support the changes offered by society.

"Another important objective reason may be that people, on the basis of their bitter experience, have no confidence in the government, which introduces the reforms which are good for separate persons or groups but not the whole people,” said Ex-head of the Church.

His Beatitude also expressed his ingredients for successful reform:
- It is important to clearly and transparently present the people with the benefits of the specific reforms, especially those which are unpopular;
 - We must remind those who implement the reforms that they are responsible for the efficiency of the process;
- In democratic societies, the activities of persons entrusted with power are controlled by the citizens. Unscrupulous executors of reform, who do nothing or act only for personal or group benefit, are publicly denounced by their names