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Friday, March 23, 2018

Deputies explained the sudden 39 billion Melnychuk “a bad joke”

Submission of declarations on incomes of deputies of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine turned into a circus. One registered clock from St. Nicholas, the second decided to “move” billionaires on the Forbes list…

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Sergey Melnichuk

The Declaration of former commander of the battalion “Aydar” people’s Deputy from parliamentary group “people’s Will” Sergei Melnychuk said that he owns two sophisticated cars, small apartments and land, but in the year earned 2.5 times more than in Ukraine foreign exchange reserves.

Published annual earnings at 38.7 billion dollars would be brought Melnychuk right on 12th place of the richest people in the world. That is, Google founder Sergey Brin with income of 38.5 billion dollars, and American George Soros with almost 25 “lard” nervously lit a cigarette.

Read the material: the Former commander of “Aydar” in the top twenty billionaires with a “mistake” in the Declaration

But not yet social media users to wonder “wow in Ukraine for the murder pay”, as it was only a joke.

“It was such a bad joke on his part,” — said the press service of the “will of the people” “Apostrophe”.

That is trillion hryvnia Melnychuk currently “painted” by putting on display the futility of parliamentary earnings reports.

Although he made other people’s choice. Volodymyr parasiuk declared that his dream brought St. Nicholas. “Watch. Gift. PS. brought Saint Nicholas. But I can not say exactly because I was sleeping,” wrote the MP in an important document.

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