Head of the self-proclaimed “Donetsk People’s Republic” (DPR) Denis Pushilin has signed a law, which provides him and the members of his family with the lifetime maintenance from the budget of the occupied areas of Donetsk region, as Dmytro Zolotukhyn, Deputy Minister of Information Policy of Ukraine reported on Facebook.
“Denis is no slouch. The experience at МММ Ponzi scheme company has not been in vain. He, rascal, knows, that Vladislav Surkov (personal adviser of Vladimir Putin on relationships with Abkhazia, South Ossetia, and Ukraine, - Ed.) can eliminate him if he wants to. In three days before the elections he provided the capital cushion for his family,” Zolotukhyn wrote.
According to the document, Pushilin and the members of his family will be provided with the “state security,” free communication, accommodation, transport, and medical service as the authorities of Pushilin will come to the end.
If “DPR” Head dies while serving (like Alexander Zakharchenko), then the members of his family will use these preferences during five years but will keep the accommodation they used.
Also, they will be paid a one-time allowance in the sum of the annual wage of the head and disabled members of the family will have the monthly allowance calculated on the basis of the wage of the deceased.
Denis Pushilin signed this document on November 8, three days before the so-called “elections” in occupied Donetsk, taking out insurance for the possible defeat at the will of the Russian mentors.
The so-called elections took place in the occupied territories of Donetsk and Luhansk regions on November 11. The voters elected the leaders of 'people's republics' and their representatives in the parliaments of the 'republics.'
It was reported that Leonid Pasechnyk was chosen as the "head" of the self-proclaimed republic at the illegal "elections" in the separate parts of Luhansk regions (Luhansk People's Republic, LPR). Denis Pushilin was "elected" as the head of the territory of Donetsk region occupied by the pro-Russian militants (Donetsk People's Republic, DPR).