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Thursday, December 8, 2016

The Governor of Sevastopol demanded to ban ditties, calls for his resignation


The Governor of Sevastopol Sergey Menyailo complained to law enforcement spreading in the Internet video, which is in the form of rhymes and the video expresses the criticism of him and calls for the resignation and prosecution. The Governor felt that this movie defames his honor, dignity and business reputation.


photo: Natalia Gubernatorova

As the portal FlashCrimea citing a source in law enforcement bodies of Sevastopol Governor Sergey Menyailo 22 June received a statement in which he requested to evaluate and to prohibit the spread of video against him.

The video includes caricatures of the Governor, and the sound of critical couplets.

Some of them are quite harmless. For example: “all Promise a lot, but do not perform”, “Growth is good, stripes are good, just a little ratings”. However, in other verses contain more significant charges. The authors of rhymes headlines alcohol abuse, accuse the Governor of embezzlement from the budget, urge not only to his resignation but also to the arrest. One of the highlights of the Governor photograph appears in the background of the growth ruler, usually pictures of the prisoners.

The video appeared on the network on 13 June, at the moment it looked about 16 thousand people. In the description to the video contains an appeal to the President of Russia and his fellow citizens calling for the resignation of Sergei Menyailo.

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