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Protesters in Kyiv demand resignation of President's Office Head Bohdan

He published alleged correspondence, which shows amounts of remuneration for participation in the protest
18:55, 6 October 2019
 
Participants of the rally against Steinmeier formula demanded the resignation of the President's Office Head Andriy Bohdan, who posted a message on Facebook with alleged screenshots showing that people protest on Maidan will be paid. The corresponding video was published by Hromadske.

“I think that next week we will begin protests under the Office of the President demanding the immediate resignation of this person. This person is provoking a civil conflict by such posts... It is unknown whose tasks he is currently performing, writing such statements,” one of participants said.

According to him, before October 14, protesters expect a clear statement from President Zelensky "on the inadmissibility of surrender, support for all positions expressed by the resolution of the protest, as well as the resignation of Bohdan."
 
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"October 14, regardless of party affiliation, regardless of ideology, we will take to the streets of Kyiv and your places with clear requirements. He has time ... This would be a week!" the participant of the protest added.
 

Earlier, Pavlo Klimkin, the ex-Minister of Ukraine's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, urged to stop talkings about the adoption of the Steinmeier formula by Ukraine.

Steinmeier's formula calls for elections to be held in the separatist-held territories under Ukrainian legislation and the supervision of the OSCE. If the OSCE judges the balloting to be free and fair, then a special self-governing status for the territories will be initiated and Ukraine will be returned control of its easternmost border.

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