“Galician titushky” broke the door at the session of the Lviv city Council

"Галицкие титушки" выбили двери на сессии горсовета Львова

Photo: varta1.com.endowrist activists were summoned, as they are called by the local media

Volunteers came to a meeting of the city Council to ask the Garden why the associated media they are called “aunts”.

In Lviv representatives of public organizations and volunteers knocked doors of the Shevchenko district state administration, which held a session of the city Council. This was announced by Deputy Igor Zinkevich, writes Варта1 Thursday, December 12. “The beginning of the session of the Lviv city Council. Volunteers came to the mayor to ask a question about that in the media, owned by the family of the mayor of Garden A. I., called them “Galician titushky” – said the Deputy. Later, the Chairman of the public organization Association of volunteers Jelena zivko explained what happened: “We will not allow in Lviv such a dismissive attitude to the veterans, volunteers. We are not surprised when our photos are hanging with the relevant signatures on these resources, but will not allow people who went through the war, was violated in his hometown,” she said. “Unknown persons broke into the premises of the district administration, knocking on the door and damaging other property,” – said at city hall. As noted, this group has overtaken the courtroom, preventing the beginning of the session. In a press-service of the police of the Lviv region reported that while law enforcement officers take an explanation from those present at the scene and fingerprinted on the front door. The issue of opening of criminal proceedings. Recall that in may a group of protesters broke down the door to the city hall of Lviv and stormed inside. The city Council later reported that during the assault, three persons suffered, and some activists walking through the corridors of the town hall and the “monitor the work of officials.” After that, the mayor Andriy Sadovy appealed to the police and to the interior Minister Arsen Avakov.

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