“Euroshare” blocked Parliament and beat up car of the head of the Committee

“Euroshare” blocked Parliament and beat up car of the head of the Committee



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Activists staged clashes with police and lit flares.

The participants of the protest action of owners of cars of foreign numbers blocked all entrances and exits to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine.

It is reported by UNN.

In addition, the activists lit flares and started a brawl with police officers.


As noted, such actions of the activists came after the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Andriy Parubiy today’s session of Parliament.

According to preliminary data, as a result of collision one person was detained, the man needed the help of a doctor.

Video settings the government quarter continues drivers protest “EuroBLECH”

The government quarter of the capital for the second day of the block, the owners of vehicles with avtoregistracia to achieve the best conditions for the importation of foreign cars in Ukraine. While such a car on our roads at semi-legal scheme. Parliament today under pressure from the street was going to begin consideration of this issue.

TSN. 16:45

Today, 17:12

After that, the activists smashed one of the Deputy’s car, sitting in the car the first Deputy Chairman of the regulatory Committee Pavel Pynzenyk.

Euroshare crashed the car Update. Machine sits Paul Pinzennyk

Published by Alyona Yakhno Thursday, July 12, 2018

We will remind, in the center of Kiev for the second day protesting the owners of the so-called EuroBLECH. The protesters are demanding cancellation of the decision of the Cabinetin which police have access to the customs database, so you can check the legality of stay “EuroBLECH” in Ukraine. A second requirement is the adoption of the law on easing of customs clearance.

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