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Sunday, February 25, 2018

Chubais laughed at attacked him, Limonov

The activist founded by Eduard Limonov “Other Russia” at the Gaidar forum held a “campaign of direct action” against the head “Rosnano” Anatoly Chubais. Top Manager, however, thrown in his face leaflets not impressed.

photo: Natalia Gubernatorova

As they say on the page “Other Russia” “Vkontakte”, “NBP came today at the Gaidar forum. Natsbol Arslan Ibragimov threw leaflets in the person of Anatoly Chubais, protest against liberal reforms and privatization of the 90s”.

Nevertheless, Chubais responded to the incident quietly: “something negobrasil young man who somehow flawed, but I’ll study that have been made, and share information, he said. — How weak we left the protest was, remember, in years gone threw a bottle of yogurt.”

After Ibragimov was detained by the guards.

The leaflets thrown in Chubais discussed the crisis in Russia, accompanied by growth of property stratification: “the People consider the last penny, and the status of the oligarchs on the Forbes list grow by leaps and bounds. Russia is a world leader in the inequality of distribution of national income: 71 percent of personal assets belongs to the one percent super-rich”.

Chubais leaflets called “one of the founders of oligarchic capitalism in Russia,” and demanded to bring to responsibility for the voucher privatization and pledge auctions.

Completed leaflets standard slogan of the supporters of Limonov: “Complete the reform of the so – Stalin, Beria, GULAG!”

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