In Kiev at the entrance to the premises of the KSCA were hundreds of people. Community activists opposed to illegal buildings and require the mayor of the city Vitali Klitschko to finally tackle this issue.
According to special correspondent of “Know.ia”, which is located directly at the scene, cops try not to miss the activists inside. It is evident that a number of National squads and Police dialogue.
We are talking about illegal structures at lakes in Darnytskyi district – the last of the clean waters of the capital, as claimed by Kiev, and also pools of Obolon district. They were visited by many children, while the city authorities had not given permission for the erection of new premises.
Kiev protesting against the developments in Kiev and Kharkiv region, as well as on Andreevsky Descent.
Assume that repeated the same situation as in September-October of the current year. People, instead of effective solutions, offer the justification, saying that “lists are lost,” nothing is impossible to do.
In the morning they demand an explanation, but Klitschko, the protesters still did not. They say that the list actually was, but this is from KSCA comments were received.
“Klitschko, stop the crimes of the developers,” – such inscriptions keep placards are present.
According to the known information, the plenary meeting which will consider some of the most controversial land use issues this year – building on the beach and at the Postal square, was supposed to start at 11.00.
See: Meetings, under KSCA event “city Council,” stop sleeping!”
Recall that in the fitness club, which is located in the capital’s Podil killed a man with a disability. As reported by “Know.ia”, line 102 received a message about mining of shop Silpo in Kiev, which shop is booby-trapped anonymous said, conducted the evacuation of the entire network in the city. Also “Know.ia”, came the grisly details and photo capture Kiev Mall.
Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.