Terrorists of the self-proclaimed DPR have nationalized all medical centers on the area of their control, they are concluding agreements of cooperation directly with doctors, medical workers of the several hospitals in Donetsk and Makeevka said. According to them, the so-called DPR’s “ministry of public health service” has closed up the regional all local health service departments. All doctors are being forced to sign agreements with DPR’s “ministry of public health service”. Those who are against will be sacked.
Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko has dismissed 14 representatives of district state administrations in 8 regions (Vinnytsya, Volyn, Zakarpattya, Kyiv, Odessa, Rivne, Ternopil, and Kharkiv). The decrees were published on the official website.
There is no hope to receive social benefits and wages in the nearest time in the self-proclaimed Luhansk People’s Republic, leaders of the so-called “republic” informed locals at the meeting in Rovenky on September 22. They did not specify how long it would take to resume payments. According to eyewitnesses, this statement did not receive much enthusiasm from locals.
All actions aimed at a refusal to recognize Russia’s annexation of Crimea, or a refusal to recognize the leaders of the country, will be prosecuted in accordance with the law, and we will take a very strict position, the self-proclaimed prime-minister of Crimea Sergey Aksyonov said, answering a question about the further cooperation of Crimean authorities with Crimean Tatar people. “Anybody who pits people against each other on inter-ethnic grounds — I will in one way or another deport them from Crimea, or they will face criminal,” Aksyonov said.
Crimea self-defense forces have made a list of Mejlis representatives, that should be liquidated, Crimean Tatar leader Mustafa Jemilev said. According to Jemilev, such lists have already been made in Crimea’s Bakhchisaray and Sudak regions. Jemilev also noted, that, in response to these actions, Crimean Tatars may make their lists of self-defense officers, emphasizing that Crimean Tatars, as they always do, will stick to principle of non-violence, that is traditional to Crimean Tatar national movement.
The so-called “Legislative assembly of Sevastopol” at its first session elected Alexey Chaly the head of the Sevastopol Legislative Assembly unanimously. Alexey Chaly, an ex-director of the Tavrida Electric, became the unofficial mayor during the protests on February 23. He was the acting governor of Sevastopol on April 1-14. He became the head of the Sevastopol Strategic Development Agency. Vyacheslav Aksyonov from United Russia party had proposed his candidacy.
On September 22 at the press-conference Zaporizhzhya governor Valeriy Baranov informed his first deputy, Grigory Samardak will be performing his duties during the election campaign. For the campaign period, the head of the RSA will be on the vacation but will de-facto be performing his duties.
In the morning on September 22, in an occupied Antratsyt city local citizens were demanding to return the city to the normal life. Gunmen threat to shoot down everybody who will be protesting against Russian Cossacks in Antratsyt. The main question people were interested in was when wages, pensions and social allowances would be paid. The so-called local authorities promised to shoot down people if they gathered once more. “They told us as long as our Antratsyt is under the control of gunmen, we need to forget what it is wages and pensions, not mentioning social allowances,” locals said.
SBU has opened 1446 criminal cases against participants of the unregistered armed groups at Donbass, Vasili Vovk, head of investigations for the Ukrainian Security Service said. According to him, criminal cases are opened against all leaders of “people’s republics”.
The hearing about dispersing Maidan in Zaporizhzhya, in which former head of the RSA Aleksandr Peklushenko and the head of district council Viktor Mezheyko are involved, will take place in Kirovograd.
The Ukrainian Central Election Commission Chairman Mykhailo Okhendovsky said the CEC has ruled out the possibility of postponing early parliamentary elections scheduled for October 26.
Zaporizhzhya governor Valeriy Baranov informed his first deputy, Grigory Samardak, will be performing his duties during the election campaign.
Luhansk RSA starts working in Serverodonetsk in a week.
There is no hope to receive social benefits and wages in the nearest time in the self-proclaimed Luhansk People’s Republic, leaders of the so-called “republic” informed locals at the meeting in Rovenky on September 22.
Zaporizhzhya local authorities urge heads of industrial giant corporations to follow the rules of the ecological Memorandum.