The “no one asked you to have kids” official celebrates her birthday in a big way
During the celebration, the guests wished the official not to “pay attention to the stupid little dogs running around and barking at her.”
Olga Glatskikh, who has been dismissed from the department of youth policy of the Sverdlovsk region for her infamous statement that the state did not ask Russians to give birth, does not deny herself small and big pleasures. The local publication E1.ru has come into possession of the pictures from the luxurious celebration of the official’s 30th birthday. She celebrated her anniversary in a big way. The party was held in a spacious hall of the entertainment center Panorama. The local press notes that Glatskikh had repeatedly held events in the center under the auspices of her department.
During the banquet in the banquet hall, video greetings from Glatskikh’s friends and relatives were shown on the big screen. During the celebration, one of the guests (allegedly, a relative of the ex-official) wished her not to “pay attention to the stupid little dogs running around and barking at her.”
The main gift was a Glatskikh's portrait shining with gold, which was painted right in the process of celebration. The former official performed a dance on stage for her guests.
To recall, last November, a video recording of Olga Glatskikh talking with schoolchildren in Kirovgrad caused a wide resonance. During her talk, the former youth department head said that “the state did not ask Russian to have children and thus owed them nothing.” Glatskikh's quote led to a powerful public outcry. First, the official was dismissed, but then returned to the civil service. At the end of the year, the Glatskikh gave her notice.
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