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Friday, August 11, 2017

Authorities banned along with meme Medvedev about the lack of money


The government of Buryatia has banned the production of printed gingerbread from the catch phrase of the Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, “there is no Money, but you hold on!” which he admonished the Crimean pensioners.

Photo: facebook.com/arkady.zarubin

In the Republic’s capital Ulan-Ude, a local entrepreneur began to produce cakes, icing on which was written a quote from Medvedev: “there is no Money, but you hang on!”. To use a meme Prime Minister, Baker was offered a journalist from Buryatia Arkady Zarubin. According to him, the products enjoyed great popularity: gingerbread well sold out as Souvenirs.

However, according to sources FlashSiberia, sale of confectionery had to pause on the strong recommendation of the local authorities. According to the interlocutor of the Agency, with the company “already talked”, the release of gingerbread discontinued. Bakers this prohibition does not comment, noting that it is necessary to wait a little”.

His famous phrase Dmitry Medvedev said during his visit to the Crimea in may this year. Answering the question about the indexation of pensions, the Prime Minister said that the funding is not in the budget. “You stay here, you all the best, good mood and health,” Medvedev wished the seniors good-bye. The Prime Minister instantly turned into an Internet meme and became an occasion for numerous jokes of users in social networks.

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