Why don't they want to show the Russian animated cartoon on the big screens, for which Gazprom attacked their own top managers, which professions are the most scarce, who called pensioners “drunk” and “parasites” and how Sergey Shnurov stood up for them – about these and other events in our video review.
… Cartoon "Gurvinek. The Magic Game has collected only 14 million rubles over a long weekend – almost two times less than predicted. The Russian-Czech-Belgian cartoon was the first project to be boycotted by most private cinemas. The reason is the requirements of the Ministry of Culture to free up rental from a foreign cinema for the sake of domestic cinema, Vedomosti writes. The Association of Cinema Owners and Three Cinema Networks announced a boycott: Cinema Star, Caro and Kinomax: together they control about 2,000 cinema halls in the country. During the holidays, 743 out of 1900 cinemas were shown, mostly small and single-room ones.
… On the eve of Forgiveness, the ROC called on Sunday not to be carried away by SMS apologies. There is nothing easier than sending a request for forgiveness. It is much harder to really forgive the offender. Forgive and ask for forgiveness is a feat.
… The Ministry of Health will change the rules of clinical examination and professional examination. It is planned that the Russians will be able to go through all this at a convenient time for them, for example, in the evenings or on Saturdays. Doctors are promised extra pay for it.
… A strong storm hit Petersburg. Cars in the city were massively beating, trees and structures were blown in by the wind, and fishermen rescued in the Gulf of Finland.
Storm struck Petersburg, traffic jams and accidents on the roads – MIR 24.
… In Moscow, they saved the next Mowgli from a locked apartment. The five-year-old baby has no elementary social skills, but there are purulent otitis media and signs of anorexia, as well as adornment that has grown into the skin. The child's mother, Irina, lived alone, and she had a debt of 670 thousand rubles for housing and communal services. The girl was among the garbage bags, piled up in a big pile.
Anna Yaroshenco: A Mowgli girl was found in Moscow.
… The State Duma finally passed laws on fines for fakes and insults to the authorities on the Internet.
… Named the most scarce professions of the country. The greatest shortage of personnel is among welders and fitters. Another deficient profession is an electrician repairman for electrical equipment. One resume of such a specialist – 399 vacancies. But around the "white collar" hype no. There is a great demand for accountants, lawyers, economists, but there are plenty of summaries of representatives of these professions.
… Volgograd deputy called "drunks" and parasites of people receiving a pension of 8 thousand rubles. Hasan Nabiyev said that poor pensioners are themselves to blame for such pensions, since in their youth they were “parasites and drunks”. "And for those who worked normally, 20-25 thousand or more," said United Russia and cited as an example Gazprom Transgaz Volgograd, where he held the position of head. According to him, his ex-subordinates have a minimum pension of 16-20 thousand. The very same deputy, in 2017, declared income of 13 million rubles. In "United Russia" they said they would consider the statements of the deputy at the next meeting: "We will evaluate this outrageous statement."
Altitude 102 – United Russia deputy: “8 thousand rubles of pensions are paid by parasites and drunks”.
… Singer and member of the Council on Culture at the State Duma Sergei Shnurov interceded in verse for retirees – "drunks and parasites," calling it a uniform *** (disgrace). The answer to the deputy Shnurov posted on Instagram and in a few hours he collected 700 thousand views.
… And in Chuvashia, the head of the administration of the region’s head, Yuri Vasilyev, said that only those teachers and doctors who “work little” receive low salaries.
… An official from Tatarstan refused to donate a Porsche donated for March 8. The car she gave her a young man. However, by law, Russian officials are prohibited from accepting presents more than three thousand rubles. They are recognized as federal property and must be handed over or bought out by officials at their own expense. Taliya Minullina said that she was on constant business trips and such an offering was economically inexpedient: “I ordered her to sell and invest in Tatarstan. This is the best gift for me. ”
Taliya Minullina: officials are forbidden to accept expensive gifts.
… The traffic police offered to equip passenger buses with airbags.
… Parents of babies poisoned in Moscow gardens are asked to collect 16 million rubles from the departments of education and health care, schools and the Concorde food plant, reports TASS. In December, Rospotrebnadzor recorded foci of intestinal infections. Then 127 adults and children got sick, 57 of them had dysentery. The authorities of Moscow tried to hide the fact of mass infection of children.
… Gazprom board member Sergei Prozorov sharply reprimanded his subordinates because of the situation with the loss of the gas pipeline in the Leningrad region. In 2014, the company spent 1.7 billion rubles on the construction of the pipe, but carried out only a quarter of the project. Prozorov called the situation with “theft of the pipe” a shame “Priozersk is a complete outbreak,” he said at a meeting in which about 30 top managers were present. From the mouth of Prozorov sounded the words "bastard, lying, noobs, selfish interest, unprincipled" and sacramental "Yes, your mother is so!". “The object is being built according to the personal instructions of Alexey Borisovich (Chairman of the Board of Gazprom Miller, – Ed.), And you are not looking at them. No shit yourself! Why the hell are you all needed? ”- Prozor was indignant.
… The traffic police proposed to equip passenger buses with airbags.
… Forward of the Russian national team Artemy Panarin touched upon the topic of isolating the Russian Internet. The State Duma approved a bill on the autonomous operation of the Internet in the country. The bill will allow the authorities, if necessary, to disable the "external Internet" and filter traffic – both internal and external. “How can you be so afraid of your own citizens? Who thinks what? Where are we going? ”- Panarin wonders on Instagram.