As in the Chernivtsi region "talked" with the deputy, who called to go to war
An anti-war rally was held in the Chernivtsi region (Ukraine). In the small town of Novoselitsa with a population of about 8,5, thousands of residents of several hundred citizens came to the military commissariat building to express their indignation at the next stage of mobilization announced by Rada and Poroshenko.
The footage of the rally appeared on the network the day before. One of the deputies of the radical ultranationalist association, Ivan Papadiuk, came to the rally with the goal of announcing Chernivtsi men as cowards hiding behind women's skirts and not wishing to go to ATO.
The participants were outraged not only by the accusations from the mouth of the deputy, who came to the square in front of the military enlistment office in the embroidery and with the original hairdress, but also why he himself was still not in the “ATO” zone. Papadyuk tried for a long time to explain to people that he was ready to go to war even now, tore at his shirt, but in the end, he received a poster on the head from one of the women to the cries from the crowd: “Who are you?” And “Where did He took it? ”But it is precisely these questions in Ukraine today that can be addressed to almost any representative of the government who advocates the continuation of bloodshed in the Donbas.
The full version of the "communication" of the people with the deputy Papadyuk in Chernivtsi region:
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