The head of the DPR in response to the request Poroshenko to cancel the results of last year’s elections in the Donbass offered Kiev to cancel the results of the presidential and parliamentary elections

The head of the DPR, Alexander Zakharchenko, commented on the demand to cancel the results of last year’s elections in the people's republics of Donbass, voiced by Petro Poroshenko. Recall that the President of Ukraine announced that "to implement the Minsk agreements, the election results in Donbass November 2 2014 of the year must be canceled." At the same time Poroshenko called the elections in the DPR and the LPR “pseudo-elections”.


The head of the DPR in response to the request Poroshenko to cancel the results of last year’s elections in the Donbass offered Kiev to cancel the results of the presidential and parliamentary elections


Donetsk News Agency cites the statement of Alexander Zakharchenko:

Based on what? The fact that Poroshenko is afraid to sit with me at the negotiating table? Ashamed to sit down at the negotiating table with the one you lost? Isn't it a shame to bring your country to civil war and economic collapse? However, we are ready to consider the question of canceling the elections in the Donetsk People's Republic of November 2, 2014. But on one condition. First, the presidential elections of Ukraine Poroshenko in the spring and the elections to the Verkhovna Rada in the autumn of 2014 should be canceled.


At the same time, Zakharchenko substantiated his response proposal by the fact that in the elections held last year in the Donbass there is much more legitimacy than in the elections in the territory, which is somehow controlled by Kiev.

Alexander Zakharchenko:
And my proposal is more reasonable, even in terms of democratic standards. The basis of our elections is the most democratic of all possible procedures - a referendum. And at the heart of the elections Poroshenko and the Verkhovna Rada is an armed coup d'etat. The elections in Ukraine themselves were accompanied by political terror and a ban on competition. And a significant part of the country did not vote at all. So our elections are more legitimate even in terms of democratic procedures. And let not only Poroshenko, but also Ukrainian voters think about this.


Recall that the authorities of the DNI and LC went to the transfer of elections scheduled for October and November current year, explaining his step desire to stop the armed confrontation. Now Kiev is in charge of re-voting under the law on special status, the restoration of economic ties with the DPR and the LPR, as well as other steps that the ukropresident promised to perform during the meeting of the "Norman" four in Paris. But the price of Poroshenko’s promises is well known to all.
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  1. svetoruss 15 October 2015 13: 47 New
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    It’s time, it’s time for Pete to visit the “squirrel” on a return visit ...
    1. vovanpain 15 October 2015 13: 51 New
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      Yes, little depends on Petyuni there, Petrushka is just a doll.
    2. Finches 15 October 2015 13: 54 New
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      Yes, miners, and you did live and measure it ... With all the "Freedom", "Right Sectors", UPA-UNSO, Yushchenko, Yulia, Poroshenko ... That's the ficus!
      1. DenZ 15 October 2015 13: 58 New
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        They lived and did not put up with what subsequently proved.
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      3. VadimSt 15 October 2015 14: 07 New
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        No offense to other Russians, but I want to ask this "admiral of politics" from St. Petersburg, but didn’t they live and live next to you: Novodvorskaya, Alekseeva, Nemtsov, Nadezhdin, Gozman, Kasparov, Ganopolsky, Sobchachka, Udaltsov, Akhedzhakova and others " defenders of Russia from the Russians, "of which you can list for a long time, or simply, view the shooting from the Swamp! What’s it that we’re doing with them?
        1. Finches 15 October 2015 14: 23 New
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          Novodvorskaya has become president in our country or now Kasparov scored 100% of the vote in Kostroma !? We had a fiery Maidan?

          I do not pretend to be an admiral of politics! But Russophobia in Ukraine flourished all the years of independence and deputies from its eastern regions were not even able to resolve the issue of the status of the Russian language - why ??? Why was Lviv able to push through all its nationalist laws, but the East was not? Can you answer this question? And I’ll ask without outrageous rudeness!
          1. revnagan 15 October 2015 14: 38 New
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            Quote: Finches
            Why was Lviv able to push through all its nationalist laws, but the East was not?

            The simple answer is “roof.” Support. Financial, media, etc., etc. All of this received the necessary pro-Western lobby for Ukrainian politics. Who supported pro-Russian politicians? Who supported pro-Russian organizations in Ukraine? The same “Oplot”? "Right Sector" - please, the amount invested is unmeasured. And what and where did the opponents of the Nazis get from? They tried to manipulate Yanukovosch by buying it banally. But the Russian population of Ukraine is not Yanukovosch. And now they have divided them into Russians of the first, second and third grades . The first grade is residents of the Crimea. This is good. The second grade is residents of the Donbass. The third grade is Russian residents of the rest of Ukraine. If you did not rise against the junta, it means they were sold. And horseradish with them. Cut chunks. Third grade.
            1. Finches 15 October 2015 14: 47 New
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              In any case, this is not too convincing and more like an excuse for the Eastern regions! All the more, one should speak not about Yanukovych’s rule, but at the very beginning, when the infection just got out of its caches ... There are very good and illustrative examples of Belarus and Kazakhstan , where they did not slip into outright fascism and civil war, although their opposition the western guys in the early 90s spud no less, trying to plant the poisonous seeds of nationalism and Russophobia!
              1. YGV-97219 15 October 2015 16: 42 New
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                Here, much if not everything depended on the leaders of the republics! In Ukraine, for many years they conducted an anti-Russian policy and moved away from it flirting with the West!
                1. Finches 15 October 2015 17: 00 New
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                  I think you simplify things a bit! The head of state is undoubtedly a decisive factor, but it is the static nature of the East that led Ukraine to the pro-Western Maidan. All together went to the polls, chose, remained silent, worked ... until the moment they started to burn them ... That is, until 2014!
              2. unsinkable 15 October 2015 22: 28 New
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                Quote: Finches
                , and at the very beginning, when the infection only crawled out of its caches ..

                In support of Zyablicev. Back in Soviet times (not always bad) I talked with workers from Ukraine. I emphasize with workers, that is, with ordinary citizens. I still remember their words: * We came to the Union * ... (not further necessary ). We conclude: they came to the UNION from ANOTHER COUNTRY. So already there was a Bandera infection. That was at the very beginning of the 70s of the last century.
            2. bpa1949 15 October 2015 21: 45 New
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              No dear! - This is a marriage.
          2. VadimSt 15 October 2015 18: 01 New
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            Quote: Finches
            Novodvorskaya has become president in our country or now Kasparov scored 100% of the vote in Kostroma !? We had a fiery Maidan?
            I did not want to answer, but I have to! You were still in childhood, or forgot that there was a "cold autumn 1993", there was an alcoholic Borya, with whom the whole world laughed, there was his Gaidar team, there was the first and second Chechen war, there was a parade of sovereignty and presidents .. It’s not enough to enumerate all that vile and vile that was heaped up right after the collapse of the USSR. Calm down! It’s better to calculate how many former advisers, assistants and ministers represented and represent the irreconcilable opposition in Russia, or rather, the fifth column of the West.
            1. ig0r135 15 October 2015 19: 43 New
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              As for the "alcoholic Bori," since you write about it, then remember the euphoria of the time when everyone was glad that they had finally thrown off this "scoop". Recalled. Now think about what he could do when Gorbi surrendered the USSR and almost lay down under America. When all the allied rulers wanted to self-determination. Maybe he "washed down" something so that he would not be banged like a Swan. Most likely, he simply cheated, because such a politician is not afraid of anyone, he even acted like a fool at his elections. And now, remember the series of rearrangements of the prime ministers, right up to the appointment of V.V. Putin. And finally, the transfer of powers of the president and remember what President Yeltsin said to the people of Russia. And very many say "alcoholic, drunk," and more. And for me, he did everything he could at that time and with those people to transfer Russia to the reliable hands of a successor who would revive and restore Russia. What we see now.
              1. APASUS 15 October 2015 20: 34 New
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                Quote: ig0r135
                Now think about what he could do when Gorbi surrendered the USSR and almost lay down under America.

                However, Putin got the country from Boris’s hands in a worse condition and didn’t deny that he would be killed! There’s always a choice ............ just don’t say that circumstances forced Borya to drink, the person wanted to hide and he made his choice consciously enough!
                1. ig0r135 17 October 2015 23: 21 New
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                  It's not that he was scared or circumstances forced him to drink. And the fact that he realized that he was not able to lead a country like Russia, and his age was running out. Did he hide, no. After all, I wrote that he was looking for a man who could raise Russia and found. And you wrote correctly that he made his choice consciously, he consciously searched, found and, in a sense, brought up and checked the status of the future president of Russia in the status of prime minister, and then consciously transferred his powers, this is such a “drunkard Borya”. They love us, you know, to hang up labels, without understanding the essence.
            2. Finches 15 October 2015 21: 07 New
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              I was in the army, in the army ... Yes, I was a young man, but youth, unfortunately, is a flaw that passes quickly!

              You correctly noted - we had the fall of 1993, when two branches of power came up against each other .., then there were the 1996 elections with a bloody Chechen company between, when Yeltsin was drawn the result, but already at the top understood that the pro-American way of life in Russia was not passes ... It was these events that were obvious and many secret that were the forerunners of the coming to power of GDP!

              If the miners in the Russian city of Donetsk, the shipbuilders in the Russian city of Nikolaev, the tank builders of the Russian city of Kharkov ... hadn’t watched with their fingers since 1990, as the portraits of Bandera were pasted on their streets and destroyed monuments to the Soviet wars, believe me - now there wasn’t what happened!

              And I asked, without sweeping rudeness, to discuss, so politely and respectfully, the opinions of each other! And to point out the age or rush with the expressions “Admiral of Politics from St. Petersburg” is at least not very tactful!

              Best regards hi
              1. VadimSt 15 October 2015 22: 44 New
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                Quote: Finches
                And I asked, without sweeping rudeness, to discuss, so politely and respectfully, the opinions of each other! And to point out the age or rush with the expressions “Admiral of Politics from St. Petersburg” is at least not very tactful!
                I do not aspire to confrontation! hi I sincerely regret and ask for an apology!
                PS - Emotions are inevitable when someone is "from afar", unfairly, without an objective analysis of events and premises, without a direct, personal perception of what is happening, trying to externally teach, blame or blame. Like many others, I probably never dreamed that my grandson, or the neighboring children, would not play on a "spoiled phone" on the street, but argue with me about what had arrived and "where it flew."
                1. Finches 16 October 2015 05: 13 New
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                  Thank you for the dialogue! hi
            3. unsinkable 15 October 2015 22: 38 New
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              Quote: VadimSt
              It’s not enough to enumerate all that vile and vile that was heaped up right after the collapse of the USSR. Calm down! It’s better to calculate how many former advisers, assistants and ministers represented and represent the irreconcilable opposition in Russia, or rather, the fifth column of the West.

              This proves that we, too, went through vague, cruel, but less scary times than in Ukraine.
          3. beer-youk 15 October 2015 19: 24 New
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            According to personal observations, from the end of the 70s of the last century, Russophobia in Kh .. diya has always flourished at the household level. And, what struck me most of all, was not in Zapadenschensk but in Zaporozhye, Dnepropetrovsk and Sumy. At least, neither in Lviv, nor in Khmelnitsky, nor in Uzhgorod, no one told me as in Zaporozhye: "I don’t reason with Radanska!"
            1. VadimSt 15 October 2015 23: 26 New
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              It is difficult to agree when he has been to almost all regions of Ukraine many times, year after year. This "exclusivity" began to emerge in the central regions of Ukraine at the beginning of the 00, and before that, it appeared in "polite form" only in Western Ukraine, including Stanislavschina (Ivano-Frankivsk). General Ukrainianization began to be carried out and, accordingly, "climb out of the cracks", only after the collapse of the USSR. Even the exchange of Soviet passports began in 1996!
        2. Gormenghast 15 October 2015 15: 23 New
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          Well, some of the list no longer lives (ran away), some quite does not liveand someone, so to speak, "departs".

          Some unfortunately thrive.
        3. pvv113 15 October 2015 19: 00 New
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          I am embarrassed to recall that Nemtsov was already banged, and the devils were already taken away wink
      4. voronbel53 15 October 2015 16: 43 New
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        Daragoi is a botanist, - never face ficuses ...
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    4. sever.56 15 October 2015 13: 57 New
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      http://topwar.ru/uploads/images/2015/654/uids130.jpg

      "Squirrel" is already tired of him, will soon go crazy ... wassat

    5. Vend 15 October 2015 13: 58 New
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      This is the answer. Here he is the real president, for the future country. Zakharchenko will be able to raise New Russia.
      1. KazaK Bo 15 October 2015 15: 29 New
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        Wend (2)
        This is the answer. Here he is the real president,

        That's right - you want to keep on talking ... lead on an equal footing ... or else it will be better .. let's make an exchange: BASH to BASH ... you leave and I!
        And in general, Peta, it's time to make a choice ... while you were chosen by OBAMUSHKA ... Petya, you worship him ... But HOW DOES THIS SUSPENDED BY ANOTHER DOLLARS CONTINUE YOUR PRESIDENTIAL STATE? Can still make a choice in favor of the people, And Petya?
        But for this, you still need to let the "squirrel" go on vacation ... Look how she asks!
      2. Good me 15 October 2015 15: 35 New
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        Quote: Wend
        This is the answer. Here he is the real president, for the future country. Zakharchenko will be able to raise New Russia.


        Maybe it can ... But for this, at least, it is necessary to do the very least: To finally liberate the territories of the DPR and LPR.

        It's minimum. The cornerstone, if you like. And from this, then "dance", as from a stove.
      3. VadimSt 15 October 2015 22: 11 New
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        Quote: Wend
        This is the answer. Here he is the real president, for the future country. Zakharchenko will be able to raise New Russia.
        After Minsk-2, Zakharchenko no longer decides anything. He is obliged to observe the conditions that Russia guaranteed to other participants in this process! Until that moment, Kiev somehow "walks around" these conditions, both his and Plotnitsky’s hands are tied. But not to prohibit citizens of DLNR from obtaining Russian citizenship and develop ties with Russia.
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    7. Juborg 15 October 2015 15: 54 New
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      This is trolling! Level not lower than 90.
  2. volot-voin 15 October 2015 13: 49 New
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    Quote: svetoruss
    It’s time, it’s time for Pete to visit the “squirrel” on a return visit ...

    Feels Petya will end badly. You will not please everyone .. and the United States, and Europe, and Parliament and the people.
    1. svetoruss 15 October 2015 13: 56 New
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      I agree with you, as the poet said: - "You can’t sit on oncoming trains with the same ..
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  4. katalonec2014 15 October 2015 13: 50 New
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    Worthily answered the villain.
  5. venaya 15 October 2015 13: 50 New
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    Poroshenko called the elections in the DPR and LPR "pseudo-elections"

    He doesn’t see logs in his eye, weirdo.
  6. Wolka 15 October 2015 13: 51 New
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    what’s called not in the eyebrow, but in the eye ... bully
  7. Baloo 15 October 2015 13: 52 New
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    Poroshenko is afraid to sit with me at the negotiating table? Is it a shame to sit down at the negotiating table with the one whom you lost? But is it not a shame to bring your country to civil war and economic collapse? However, we are ready to consider the question of canceling the elections in the Donetsk People’s Republic on November 2, 2014. But on one condition. First, the election of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko in the spring and the elections to the Verkhovna Rada in the fall of 2014 should be canceled

    Bravo! Donetsk was not mistaken in choosing a leader. I believe miners will defeat banderlogs. good drinks wink yes laughing
    1. katalonec2014 15 October 2015 13: 56 New
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      Who knows, maybe this is the future president of Ukraine, someday the people will get tired of this "prosperity".
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  9. sl22277 15 October 2015 13: 56 New
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    The actions and frank delirium of Poros only lead to an increase in the degree of tension, and again it can lead to conflict. Obviously Poroshenko understands this, but all the same, how insane he stubbornly climbs into trouble.
    1. Stirbjorn 15 October 2015 14: 07 New
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      Petya American puppet - says what they say to him
  10. Frigate 15 October 2015 13: 56 New
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    Let the Donetsk and Lugansk authorities put forward demands that they will talk only with sober Poroshenko. smile
  11. gryaznov.igor. 15 October 2015 13: 57 New
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    I think the truth of life
    1. Igor Polovodov 15 October 2015 14: 11 New
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      the boar is better than Waltzemora! soulful!
  12. Tatar 174 15 October 2015 13: 59 New
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    Poroshenko ran into what he had to once. What, the State Department did not have time to compose a text? Zakharchenko respect!
    1. Frigate 15 October 2015 14: 09 New
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      Quote: Tartar 174
      Poroshenko ran into what he had to once. What, the State Department did not have time to compose a text? Zakharchenko respect!
  13. manguest 15 October 2015 14: 06 New
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    Piglets on the occasion of Nazi Day overloaded the brain with alcohol and carries all kinds of crap. Given that alcoholism causes many concomitant diseases, it should be more careful with drinks. However, it is not useful then his health is good.
  14. Stirbjorn 15 October 2015 14: 08 New
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    For Poroshenko, ideally, again appoint his governor, as before Taruta and negotiate with him. wassat
  15. volodia.cutepov 15 October 2015 14: 10 New
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    Russia is on the right track! Keep it up!
  16. parafoiler 15 October 2015 14: 13 New
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    Well done Zakharchenko, the words are not a boy, but a husband!
  17. EvgNik 15 October 2015 14: 48 New
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    Zakharchenko is apparently the most adequate and decent of all Ukrainian (and not only Ukrainian) politicians. And he doesn’t run away from the war (he was wounded). Thank you so much for all that he has done and continues to do. Maybe only thanks to such people we were not completely disappointed in Ukraine.
  18. roskot 15 October 2015 14: 50 New
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    No faith in Piglet. As they said - there is nowhere to put a lap on it. He lives in a different parallel world. And it is not treated.
    1. kizhe 15 October 2015 15: 28 New
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      Not a patch. They said: "There’s no place to put the stigma."
  19. anderles66 15 October 2015 15: 02 New
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    Well. Zakharchenko offset. The answer is both mocking and correct and accurate. If he came up with winked But it seems to me that myself.
  20. kizhe 15 October 2015 15: 32 New
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    Poroshenko is useless to call, offend, stigmatize. About such people in Russia they say: "Though ssy in the eye, all God's dew."
  21. Balagan 15 October 2015 15: 44 New
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    Such an adequate response to skaklam is normal!
  22. pts-m 15 October 2015 16: 29 New
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    to the answer of Zakharchenko ... not to add not to diminish ... to the very point. with the experience of military operations comes the confidence and wisdom of statements ...
  23. vladimirvn 15 October 2015 17: 43 New
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    Senya, take care of your head! "The Russian lawyer spoke about Yatsenyuk’s" exploits "in Chechnya."
    “In this battle, I still remember the moment - the constant movement of Yatsenyuk from one firing point to another. Everyone there took a position, and he ran. Yatsenyuk had a military helmet on his head, she was still wrapped in something, either in a sweater, or something else, there was something else inside. He feared for his life, ”the document says.
    Original news InoTV:
    https://russian.rt.com/inotv/2015-10-15/Rossijskij-advokat-rasskazal-o-podvigah
  24. proletarian 15 October 2015 23: 51 New
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    Well, dear ones, you’ll have to prepare for a new aggravation of "dillropsychosis"; who still do not understand, I explain: Poroshenko cannot "push through" this bill, but the so-called "coalition" only with the help of his "own" faction (more precisely, there will be cesspool ) on the verge of collapse, radicals (more precisely neo-Nazis) will clearly vote against, since this bill will actually “bury” them all and give Poroshenko the maximum power, therefore there will be a big “bucha”.
  25. mamont5 16 October 2015 07: 15 New
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    Well done Zakharchenko! Shod Piglet well.