Karl Volokh decided to collect Maidans against Vladimir Zelensky

Pro-presidential blogger Karl Volokh suggested that Ukrainians “get their own Maidan each” against candidate Vladimir Zelensky, who, according to the results of the first round of voting, gained 30.24%, reports Strana.

About this Volokh wrote on his page on Facebook.

“The overwhelming majority of LOMs and other clever passionate people consider Poroshenko an uncontested candidate, and replacing him at the helm of the country, all the more so, with the awkward hologram of Kolomoisky, is extremely dangerous.

But the broad zombie masses of consumers of a television product do not understand these dangers, “said the blogger.

Continuing his idea that a third of the voters cast their vote for Zelensky, being zombied through the media, Volokh claims that without access to the airs “on oligarchic channels”, “smart passionate people, the salt of the earth” should go to their personal Maidan and “try to save the country.”

“I don’t have a clear understanding of how to proceed.

So far, I have just agreed with a group of caring smart guys to create some kind of auxiliary material, where it will be intelligently justified why our choice is the best.

All that is required of you and me is to study it and go to the neighbors (colleagues) who do not yet understand this…

I don’t have the money for remuneration for this work, I hope you don’t get used to volunteering either.

But if we succeed, I promise a great picnic for all participants,” wrote Karl Volokh.

Andrei Kobolev’s sky-high salary on a new counter was classified by Neftegaz

The national joint-stock company Neftegaz Ukrainy refused to provide a copy of the contract concluded between NAK Neftegaz Ukrainy and Andriy Kobolev as chairman of the board of the company, citing the confidentiality of information and the availability of personal data in the contract.

This is stated in the response of Neftegaz to the request of Ukrainian News.

“The information you requested, contained in the contract of March 2019 with the chairman of the board of NAK Neftegaz Ukrainy Andriy Kobolev, is confidential information within the meaning of Articles 6 and 7 of the Law (on access to public information) …” , – the answer says “Neftegaz.”

“Information on the amount of remuneration of the chairman of the board contained in the contract is information about an individual (personal data on him) within the meaning of the decision of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine of 01.20.12 No. 2-rp / 2012, article 302 of the Civil Code of Ukraine and Part 5 of Article 6 of the Law of Ukraine “On the Protection of Personal Data”.

Such information is confidential and may be disseminated only with the consent of the person, except as otherwise provided by law, and only in the interests of national security, economic welfare and human rights “,” the response specified.

Neftegaz acknowledged that a company can be equated with stewards of information “of public interest (publicly necessary information).”

However, it considers the only possible satisfaction of this public interest only at the same time as the publication of the company’s annual financial statements.

“In addition, we emphasize that any public interest that may exist regarding the information contained in the contract, in particular regarding the expenses of the company, is satisfied by publishing in accordance with the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine dated 09.11.2016 No. 1067 information on the structure, principles of formation and size remuneration of the chairman of the company at the same time as the annual financial statements, as well as within the framework of the disclosure of information by the company using its own resources or external channels communication “, – stated in the reply.

“Based on the foregoing, the company (Naftogaz of Ukraine) has no reason to provide you with the requested copy of the contract,” summed up the response.

We emphasize that Ukranian News has already appealed in court the refusal of Neftegaz to provide access to data on the amount of wages and remuneration provided for Kobolev in a recently concluded new contract with the National Joint-Stock Company.