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#EuroMajdan # євромайдан The Chronicle 05/28/2014

UPD: 05/28/2014 Medvedev decided to settle Russian prisoners in Crimea

Медведев решил поселить в Крыму российских зэков

Moscow, May 27 (New Region, Alexander Romanenko) - The Government of the Russian Federation decided to create in the Crimea two correctional colonies of the Federal Service for the Execution of Punishments and one colony-settlement.

It is reported by ITAR-TASS.

At the appropriate government disposal, it is planned to establish a correctional colony No. 1 with a staff of 485 units, a correctional colony No. 2 with a staff of 235 units, and also a settlement colony No. 1 with a staff of 60 units on the Crimean peninsula.

The main purpose of the activities of the FSIN Department in the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol is the execution of criminal penalties in the form of imprisonment in accordance with the criminal law of the Russian Federation.

The FSIN is charged with approving the statutes of the institutions by June 1, and by June 30 to ensure their state registration.

Another government decree, also published today, is tasked to create, within the same time frame, the Penal Correction Inspectorate of the FSIN Department for the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol with a staff number of 187 units. Its main task is to determine the organization of the execution of punishments not related to the isolation of convicts from society.

UPD: 05/28/2014 Dropped to despair of the Kiev junta, Orthodox residents of the Donetsk People's Republic perform namaz

Доведенные до отчаяния киевской хунтой, православные жители Донецкой народной республики совершают намаз

Driven to despair by the Kiev junta, Orthodox residents of the Donetsk People's Republic make namaz.

UPD: 05/28/2014 Terrorists of Slavyansk attack enemy firing points [shooting of an eyewitness]

Terrorists of Slavyansk bombard enemy firing points [shooting of an eyewitness]

UPD: 05/28/2014 The myth about the “Right Sector”, inflated by the Kremlin media, became the basis for the Russian foreign policy, - State Duma deputy

Раздутый кремлевскими СМИ миф о Правом секторе стал основой для внешней политики РФ, - депутат Госдумы

The real “Right Sector” and its leader Dmitry Yarosh do not have such a political weight in Ukraine, as they say in Russia. This myth is completely fictional, ”said State Duma Deputy Ilya Ponomarev.

“Fake business cards of the Right Sector” are distributed throughout Ukraine, even where Dmitry Yarosh has never been. His business cards are distributed right in the streets to prove that using them as evidence of the atrocities of the Right Sector in Donbas is idiocy , - the deputy writes in Facebook, transfers to Tsenzor.NET.

Ponomarev regrets that the myth about the “Right Sector”, inflated by the Kremlin media, became the basis for the foreign policy of the Russian Federation, as a result of which fatal mistakes are made and people die. “We are responding to the threats that we have invented ourselves,” he states.

The "Right Sector" is neither a combat unit, nor a real political force, it consists of only 150-200 people in the whole country. Yarosh plus Tyagnibok could not catch up at the elections comic candidate Rabinovich! At the same time, there are absolutely real problems in Ukraine, which need to be influenced by Russia, and we are fighting windmills, "said a State Duma representative.

According to Ponomarev, in reality, the role of the leader of the Right Sector in Ukrainian politics is rather modest. “The last election showed it vividly - Yarosh, as a presidential candidate, could not even fully staff the election commissions. And we are talking about military operations,” Ponomarev comments.

UPD: 05/28/2014 The latest CEC data: 98.66% of protocols processed

Последние данные ЦИК: обработано 98,66% протоколов

The Central Election Commission processed 98.66% of the protocols.

According to the processing of 98.66% of the protocols (17,968,546) in electronic form, out of fractional people's deputy Petro Poroshenko, 54.69% of voters voted for the president’s election, Batkivshchyna leader Yulia Tymoshenko - 12.82%.

For the leader of the Radical Party, Oleg Lyashko, 8.33% of the voters cast their votes, Anatoly Gritsenko, the leader of the Gromadian position, Anatoly Gritsenko - 5.48%, for Sergey Tigipko - 5.22% (all three are out-of-faction MPs), for Mikhail Dobkin - 3.03%, for Vadim Rabinovich - 2.25%, for Olga Bogomolets - 1.91%.

Petr Simonenko scored 1.51%, Oleg Tyagnibok - 1.16%, other candidates - less than 1%.

Recall voter turnout was 60.3%

According to the National exit poll 2014, Poroshenko won 55.7% of the vote. According to a parallel vote count, conducted by Poroshenko’s headquarters, 54.13% of voters voted for him (data from 95% of protocols).

UPD: 05/28/2014 In Abkhazia, the opposition occupied the AP and claims that it takes power into its own hands

In Abkhazia, the opposition occupied the AP and claims that it takes power into its own hands

One of the opposition leaders in Abkhazia, Raul Khadzhimba, declares that the opposition takes over the provisional administration of the republic.

The rally oppositionists, without any resistance, took control of the building of the administration of the President of Abkhazia, Interfax-Ukraine reports.

One of the opposition leaders, Khadzhimba, speaking to his supporters, said that the Coordinating Council of the opposition "takes over the temporary administration of the republic." Earlier it was reported that the President of Abkhazia Ankvab left the building of his administration when protesters broke in. However, his press secretary said that Ankvab controls the situation in the country.

UPD: 05/28/2014 Abkhazia rebelled against the pro-Russian corrupt government

Абхазия восстала против пророссийского коррумпированного правительства

Participants in a national gathering in Sukhumi went to storm the administration of the President of Abkhazia, Alexander Ankvab.

Several dozen people beat windows and doors, some of them have already got inside, reports Lenta.ru.

Earlier, residents of the capital gathered in the center of Sukhumi for a rally of thousands of people in protest against corruption and demanding reforms. In addition, according to Radio Ekho Kavkaza, protesters demand the resignation of Ankvab, as well as the government, the prosecutor general and the heads of administrations of the three eastern districts of Abkhazia.

The demonstrators, who had initially gathered outside the Drama Theater building, began demanding that Alexander Ankvab come out to them, and then went to his administration. According to the chairman of the public organization of veterans of the 1992-1993 Georgian-Abkhaz war, Vitaly Gabniya, the opposition does not intend to force the seizure of government buildings, since in this case the statehood will be threatened. According to him, the protests were not held in Abkhazia for the last six months in the hope of a dialogue with Ankvab, but none of the opposition’s demands were heard.

For his part, a member of the parliament of Abkhazia, Ahra Bzhania, called what is happening in the republic a “crisis of the system of government” that occurred as a result of the refusal of reforms and dialogue with the opposition.

“The republic cannot continue to drift further, relying solely on subsidies from the Russian Federation. This is the road to nowhere. We have become an irresponsible dependent who does not even think about how to make money himself. We must set ourselves ambitious goals and objectives - to develop and adopt a national development plan. Our task is to explain to President Alexander Ankvab and the government that today it is vital, and if they do not understand, ask other people to come to their posts and make responsible decisions for the development of the state, ”he said.