MP Savelyev shot roes and built empire directly during parliamentary session
The Deputy of the Legislative Assembly in Sverdlovsk region Valery Saveliev was caught in gaming on two gadgets at once. Author of posted on YouTube video captured what the people’s deputy is doing at the session.
On October 17 the Legislative Assembly in Sverdlovsk region was engaged in important matters - the budget message of the Governor and the adoption a law on the elimination of the regional Prime Minister's post.
However, the Deputy from Edinaya Rossiya party and the big businessman (Savelyev is the founder of AVS Group investment company) got bored and started to play in two different games at the same time, running one on a tablet and the other on the smartphone.
The installed in Regional Legislative Assembly hall for plenary meetings camera captured it, then the video with the Deputy's gaming was posted on YouTube. In less than twenty-four hours around 5 thousand people watched it.
As pro-gamers have already noted the Deputy from Edinaya Rossiya party played the hunting simulator Deer Hunter and online strategy Evony during his work. While other elected officials involved in lawmaking, he virtually hunted roes.
As stated in the description to the video on YouTube, Savelyev is used to spend parliamentary session without taking part in the discussion - "shot all the last convocation, and now he shoots again."
Ural media expressed assumption that Savelyev's love to shooting games has probably its roots in the hunting passion. Last year, the Deputy exhibited for public view photo from safari in Namibia, where he shot a zebra and antelope, in belonging to him Manhattan business center in Yekaterinburg.
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