Police detained activists with placards " There's no money. Keep on " during Medvedev's visit to Buryatia
People, who met Medvedev, also held a placerd with phrase: "Away from the school into the business. Busted. Thank you".
Two activists with placards "There's no money. Keep on. Bad mood" and "Away from the school into the business. Busted. Thank you" were detained in Ulan-Ude near the building of the Buryat State University. Police officers detained the young people at a time, when the Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev met with entrepreneurs at the university, said the edition Arigus.
Regional media said that at the moment the police establishes the personality of activists. Young people were taken to the police department.
Dmitry Medvedev has become an inexhaustible source of quotes about life in our country in recent years. Recent Medvedev's statements brought concern on teachers and pensioners. In May 2016 the official had a meeting with Crimean residents and, being asked of pensions increase perspectives, replied as follows: “It (indexation of pensions – the CrimeRussia) does not exist nowhere. We had never approved it. There is simply no money now. When we find money – we will make an indexation. You take care here! Wish you all the best and cheerful mind!”. The quotation has become viral and caused a public outcry. On August 2, 2016 Dmitry Anatolyevich was delivering a speech at the ‘Territory of Meanings on the Klyazma’ Forum. Being asked by a Dagestani businessmen about low salaries of teachers, Medvedev frankly responded in his traditional manner that teaching is a vocation and people become teachers not because of money. “If you want to earn money, there are plenty of nice places where you can make it faster and easier. For example, business,” – the Prime Minister said and added that a young and keen teacher can always find a way to make some extra cash.
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