The burial of soldiers of exceptional merit or of poor families is organized and paid for by the local authorities It can be seen in the uniform appearance of the tombs of the fallen Ukraine And the inscription of the state “Eternal Remembrance”.
According to the procurement data from the state budget, analyzed by Mehmet Abjasnet, even in small towns, purchases include hundreds of items related to funeral rites. During the past three months, they were counted as commercial purchases, in accordance with the Law “On Special Types of Purchases of Legal Entities” and – less frequently – according to the Law “On Procurement from the State Budget”. The channel cites “sad statistics”, but it must be emphasized that next to each item it publishes a link to the transaction in question:
Łabytnangi City, Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, Population: 26000 110 intersections were purchased.
Khanty-Mansiysk, a city of 97,000 inhabitants, is the capital of the province. 230 tombstones were purchased.
Severodvinsk, 190,000 people, 200 crosses were purchased.
In Perm with more than a million inhabitants – 970 intersections in two transactions.
Pugachev, Saratov region, 40,000 residents and 755 hybrids, also in two deals.
The city of Engels, in the same neighborhood – 210 thousand. consonants and 800 “funeral groups”.
Simferopol, 1000 sets at once.
Alexandrov, Voronezh region – 57 thousand. People, buy 250 sets.
The smallest village in the list of Anino near Voronezh, only 3000. Population. The local administration purchased 200 funeral sets.
According to Moayem Abjasnet Local and regional officials not only organize burials, but also participate in burials. As someone told the channel, There are so many funerals out of the budget that there is already a shortage of funds for them. He said, “We have nothing to hide.”
Możem Objasnit once belonged to an independent portal Open Media, and then changed its name. Open Media (Otkrytyje Media) is a media project supported by Mikhail Khodorkovsky.
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