Under Parliament burning smoke bombs

Под парламентом горят дымовые шашки

The protesters attracted the attention of parliamentarians

Activists demonstrating for the removal of parliamentary immunity and conflict with each other.

In Kiev under the building of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine held a rally to call on the Parliament to support the submission of the Prosecutor General on the withdrawal of the parliamentary immunity of five deputies. Activists lit smoke bombs as a sign of outrage indecision MPs, wrote on his page in Facebook civil activist Vitaly Shabunin.

At the same time, the Agency RBC-Ukraine reports that under the Parliament, clashes between protesters. The protestors are the representatives of the Freedom of movement of new forces of Mikhail Saakashvili.

In addition, the expected approach of a column of the National body. The action of Ncorpus originally planned for Thursday. However, it was postponed to today.

“The action started all of a sudden, because you were worried that the vote may be failed today”, – said the representative of the party.

Note these minutes Rada is considering the submission of the GPU on the removal of immunity of 5 MPs. One, Yevgeny Deydey deny immunity parliamentarians have refused, for was 192 deputies out of 226 required.

Под парламентом горят дымовые шашки

 

 

Под парламентом горят дымовые шашки

Под парламентом горят дымовые шашки

Photos of RBC-Ukraine

As reported Корреспондент.neton 7 July, the Committee supported the removal of immunity and the arrest of people’s Deputy Borislav Rosenblatt.

On 6 July, the Committee did not support the removal of immunity of the MP from the popular front Maksym Polyakov.

On 5 July the Committee did not support the removal of immunity of a Deputy from the Radical party Andrei Lozovoy.

On 4 July the Committee did not support the removal of inviolability from the people’s Deputy Oles Dovgy (“will of the people”).

On 3 July the Committee did not support the idea of the GPU on lifting immunity of MP from the popular front Eugene Dade.

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