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Monday, March 12, 2018

Saakashvili tried to beat a crutch for Bandera

Verkhovna Rada Deputy from the Radical party Igor Mosiychuk, who recently survived an assassination attempt, attacked with a crutch to the ex-Governor of the Odessa region Mikhail Saakashvili during a live broadcast on one of the Ukrainian TV channels. Politicians argue about corruption and the role of Stepan Bandera in the Ukrainian history.

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The conflict between politicians occurred during the broadcast of the program “Ukrainian format”. Saakashvili decided to reflect on the fact that Ukraine is mired in corruption, which the country is difficult to develop and compete not like Romania and Nigeria.

At this point, he interrupted him to remark: “are You for or against Bandera Bandera?!” (Stepan Bandera – leader of the banned in Russia as extremist organization “the Organization of Ukrainian nationalists — Ukrainian insurgent army” – ed.)

What Saakashvili replied evasively that he was “for Ukraine” and said that if Bandera were alive, he would “first and foremost, destroy the corrupt”.

After that, furious, he came to Saakashvili and swung at him with the crutch. The MP accused the former President that he himself was corrupt, killed by the Georgians, and now do not have the right to engage in politics in Ukraine. “I fried the children were eating,” he responded to Saakashvili.

To prevent the fight has been a leading show Vasily Golovanov. He was forced to stand between the politicians, while enraged, he has not ceased to throw ex-President of Georgia.


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