Protest posters in Yaroslavl removed in a few hours
A photo from Yaroslavl was published on the social network VKontakte, telling about how local residents protested to the State Duma deputies for supporting those voiced version of the pension reform. The posters present photographs of such deputies as Alexander Gribov, Valentina Tereshkova and Ilya Osipov. The inscriptions on the banners read: "Shame."
These banners were hung by the tramway for several hours. Then, vigilant citizens reported them “where necessary”, and the posters expressing the reaction of the population were removed.
Recall that the idea of raising the retirement age for men and women on 5 and 8 years, respectively, was supported by 328 deputies of the State Duma of the Russian Federation. All voted for - representatives of the party "United Russia". Among those who refused to support the bill was United Russia’s deputy Natalya Poklonskaya, who decided to go against the general line of the party.
Voting in the State Duma is accompanied by an aggressive media campaign on federal TV channels, where in the format of the real theater of the absurd it is announced that in 63 "our women are still giving birth", or that men die before 65, then they are to blame. In this case, if people express frank dissatisfaction with the voiced proposals for pension reform, they are immediately recorded in the ranks of "Ukrainian trolls or network bots." Apparently, posters in Yaroslavl are also the work of Ukrainian “trolls” and no one else. After all, the rest of the government version of the pension reform is warmly supported.
VKontakte / Irina Khudakova
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