SMS deputies in Parliament
Sometimes cameras manage to capture what parliamentarians write at meetings in the Verkhovna Rada.
Photographer Vlad Sodel posted a new batch of photos of SMS messages made by deputies during parliamentary sessions.
Make smart faces: ^)
When enlarging the photo, you can read the following messages: “Tremble the opposition and coalition. The AI has returned!”, “Hello dear! I received from the opposition bloc ...”, “Hello dear! There are a lot of things to do.”
In another phone (the name of its owner is not called), you can read excerpts of messages: "(...) The opposition bloc, just do not look at the photographer and make smart faces", "Well done! And when there is a break, do not run out right away, wait, talk in hall with each other. "
The meeting of the Verkhovna Rada on December 9, 2014. Deputies from the Opposition bloc have a chat in Viber called the Politburo.
The meeting of the Verkhovna Rada on December 9, 2014. Member of the board of the Equestrian Federation of Ukraine Oleksandr Onishchenko is in correspondence with the German Olympic champion Ulrich Kirchhoff, who has accepted the citizenship of Ukraine, in order to become a member of the Ukrainian national show jumping team, which Onishchenko takes care of. Kirhoff asks Onishchenko if he bought a horse and which one, he answers in the affirmative: the 6-year-old gelding, "for 950."
Rada meeting on December 23, 2014. Signature of the author's photo: "Duhnyi krepреп krєpko skrpіlі Edelman i Pantuliymonyicha ... Ikonka i tea - for transshipment."
Rada meeting on December 23, 2014. One of the deputies (the name is not called) chooses an e-reader on the App Store.
Rada meeting on December 23, 2014. Auto photo notes that "the top manager in the direction of coal at Akhmetov’s Metinvest Holding LLC, part-time regional deputy Gusak Vladimir Georgievich carefully conceals that he is selling coal in parliament."
Make smart faces.
Tremble the opposition and coalition. AI is back!