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Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Carpenter learned of Yeltsin’s “working with documents”

The source of “Interfax” in the Council of Ministers LNR provided new data on the health status of the head of the self-proclaimed Republic Igor Plotnitsky. If yesterday it was about the fact that he is healthy and can already go back to work today, forecasts have become less optimistic.

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We will remind that attempt at Carpentry has been committed in Luhansk on 6 August. He came under the action of a lateral blast, and then ended up in the hospital. According to sources in medical circles, he was severely injured, the liver and spleen.

However, soon after the operation the head of the Council of Ministers LNR allegedly was transferred to the intensive care unit. The health Minister of the unrecognized Republic Larissa Hayrapetyan informed that a serious condition of the health Carpenter — “rumors”, but refused to clarify how he feels, citing privacy.

Today his condition got new wording: the source said that “there have been positive dynamics, and the Carpenter, “better, it already works with documents”.

Read how the Carpenter “found” customers of the attack.

The last phrase immediately sparked jokes on the Network due to the fact that its author at the time was the press Secretary of Boris Yeltsin, Sergei Yastrzhembsky. In the moments when the Russian President was unavailable, he actually explained his absence.

Thus in mass media there were rumors that the “paperwork” cover alcohol addiction leader of the country.

Yeltsin himself, knowing about these jokes, tried to answer them in his book “Presidential marathon”, where “paperwork” is called a Chapter.

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