The last session of city council of Kharkov, taken place on Friday, June 20, ended with a manhandling, the newspaper writes Today.
The conflict was caused by discussion of a question of reorganization of the enterprise which is engaged in shipments of food in schools.
When the leader of fraction of our Ukraine and the director of a bakery Saltovsky Andrey Rudenko rose by a tribune, it seemed to the mayor of Kharkov Mikhail Dobkin that it uses performance for own public relations therefore the microphone was disconnected and the mayor declared that will deny all, "who trades on a tribune the right to speak".
Without having received the word, Rudenko together with the assistant left a hall and started coming downstairs. But here with it caught up the secretary of the City Council Gennady Kernes together with the assistant - the security guard. And when between deputies there were literally two steps, Kernes kicked Rudenko with the right foot below a back then that flew by forward some steps.
Having been taken aback from surprise, Rudenko turned back and tried to hit back, however the security guard of the secretary didn't allow it it to make.
Upon termination of Rudenko's break I returned to a hall and from a tribune I declared attack.
Rudenko also assured present that if not Kernes's security guard, the secretary of the City Council surely would be paid back in kind.
Kernes commented on a situation so: "I am the balanced person not that Rudenko, and I don't want to promote it".
At the same time, Rudenko declared intention to submit for Kernes the application to militia.
Besides a fight the City Council this day distributed more than 100 hectares of the earth and 11 diplomas, addressed to the general prosecutor, the head of SBU, the chairman of a regional council and in the State Duma of the Russian Federation and appropriated a rank of the Honourable citizen to five Kharkov citizens: нардепу from KPU To Alla Aleksandrovskaya, the director of FEDA Alexander Zhdanov, the chairman of the supervisory board Zhilstroy to-2 Yury Krolenko and the archbishop Onufry and the conductor Vyacheslav Palkin who didn't live up to the solemn moment some weeks.