Along with a few more comrades, I had to go through some kind of intellectual shock.
The website of the Central Election Commission of Ukraine published a list of parties that will take part in the local 2015 elections of the year.
Everything is so decent, although the quantitative figure in 285 (two hundred and eighty-five) parties me, as a Russian, was a little dumbfounded.
However, the hulk, who decided to knock on the facts of my intellect, explained that some parties consist of a minimum number of members and claim one or two places, as a last resort. In your town or village.
Then everything is fine. If the law allows the Ukrainian hulk to be allowed to bargain a party that will build a bright future in one particular village — why not?
It turned out that the overwhelming majority of parties are not as large as those sitting in the Verkhovna Rada and are not claiming such heights. Very well.
However, having reached the point number 138, I caught the exact effect that my interlocutor counted on. The brain fell into a stupor.
Judge for yourself:
If you believe your eyes (and I believe them), then under this number is the party "MMM". The party, the head and founder of which, from the year 2013 has been to this day Denis Volodymyrovich Pushilin.
Error Kiev officials? Not. Previous elections were held without "MMM", then this party was not there. So do not copyright, alas.
Very carefully looked through the entire list. I was looking for KPU. There are no communists in the list. UNA-UNSO is, "Trident" is, Darth Vader is, got the same. Even the ex-mayor of Kiev has a Martian Chernovetsky. Banned Communists no.
And the party "MMM", "Mi Maєmo Meta", is. And this is clearly not a mistake. Went to see the documents.
Law "On elections of people's deputies of Ukraine".
Article 58. The order of registration of candidates in the state district.
1. Candidates for deputies included in the party’s electoral list are registered by the Central Election Commission subject to the provision of the documents provided for in Article 54 of this Law.
2. Submission of documents to the Central Election Commission for the registration of candidates for deputies ends seventy days before voting day.
Enough, see the 54 article.
1. The Central Election Commission registers candidates for deputies included in the party’s electoral list, provided that it receives the following documents:
1) applications for registration of candidates, signed by the party leader and sealed by the party;
2) copies of the party’s registration certificate and its charter, certified free of charge by the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine after the announcement of the beginning of the electoral process;
3) the decision of the highest governing body of the party, adopted in accordance with its charter, to nominate candidates for deputies, which should contain information about the persons nominated as candidates, indicating their surname, name, and patronymic, and be certified signed by the party leader and sealed by the party.
Strange things are obtained. The founder and the permanent chairman of the party is almost a terrorist, since 2 in May 2014 was declared wanted by the prosecutor’s office, in June, the Security Service of Ukraine announced the search for Pushilin. He is suspected of committing acts with a view to forcibly changing or overthrowing the constitutional system or seizing state power (Art. 109, p. 1 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine).
And the party lives to itself, and not just lives, works. Holds meetings, trainings, consultations. Here you are, saytik is. Where you can order and training, and consult. In Kiev and.
And now, if you please, we also decided to try to get a deputy.
For 70 days before the voting day, someone resembling Pushilin, masterfully forging a signature sample, submitted an application from the MMM party? Is it possible? I agree, yes. And by proxy you can act too. And give the sheets with the signature of this, along with the power of attorney. It's not a problem.
The only problem is that in any case, someone had to perform certain actions. Namely, Denis Vladimirovich Pushilin.
Questions like "Why this Pushilinu" I will not ask. It is clear that if a party is registered at the elections, it means that “it’s necessary. Golden phrase now in the DNI.
I have another question. Here recently, Lieutenant Colonel Tolstoy (Givi) told me in an interview what a good negotiator Pushilin was, how he agreed with Ukraine that over the holidays there was not a single bombardment.
Here I agree, well agreed.
And it became interesting to me, and with whom Pushilin agreed in Kiev, that his party was not only not banned, and even allowed to do it before the elections?
Really hats off. Virtuoso work.
There is, however, another question: on the other hand, what? After all, if one party admits a party led by Pushilin before the elections, she must have something for that according to such an agreement, right? What? There is no answer yet.
By the way, the moment when the CEC of Ukraine will publish information about candidates is not far off. By districts. Then we will see who and where will run from the “MMM” Mr. Pushilin. This will be interesting information.
There is another aspect. Since the DPR and LPR seem to have agreed to hold local elections in accordance with the laws of Ukraine, it is possible that MMM will promote its candidates in the territories of these republics.
But even in this case, Pushilin is not entirely clear before the laws of Ukraine. He is a member of the unrecognized parliament of the DPR from the banned party "Donetsk Republic". That is, it seems to be like an unemployed person (although he is a civil servant and a deputy even of an unrecognized republic), but he is in a banned party. And plus, he has his own party on his pocket ...
It turns out that on the one hand, on the other - continuous misunderstandings and inconsistencies. But everyone is happy with everything. It’s time to sign up for trainings in "MMM". The results are painfully impressive.
But in general, there is another fact that Pushilin law is not written. Neither DNRovsky nor Ukrainian. If there is a "contract" and a working "scheme" - laws by the side. The result is important. Especially if this result is part of one “idea,” as Pushilin’s associate in deputy work, Orlov, said.
If for the realization of this "idea" it is necessary that Pushilin did not leave his Ukrainian party and was in fact a political double-dealer, it means that "this is necessary." After all, the idea - it is more important. Even if its implementation is very often associated with lawlessness and frank lawlessness.
By the way. Many who have read all this will be able to say that this is certainly a provocation aimed at discrediting Pushilin.
Meaning? Denis Vladimirovich is not bad and he has been doing it lately.