First Vice-speaker of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Iryna Gerashchenko was in a rather strange situation. During the session of the Verkhovna Rada behind the pillar she was trying on gold jewelry.
It was noticed by the journalist Vasily Apasov, who posted video online, but recently, Gerashchenko did what absolutely no one expected.
Odious woman tried to “whiten” the reputation, stating that he gave his personal necklace for auction. She announced this on his page in the social network.
Spoke on this subject and the journalist who first published the scandalous video of the miracle column.
“Someone “smart” advised Irina to continue f*gnaeus and make excuses than again raised this issue, and it is clearly not in favor of Deputy speaker… up and Gerashchenko decided to write that the Deputy speaker gave the silver bracelet to auction and supposedly it’s about him… and was credited there as always to help children with cancer… and so on. Cynical? – Usually, representatives of our Parliament” – said Vasily.
Apasov suggests several reasons for the stupidity of such an act.
First, Gerashchenko was off, and Vice versa and took the measure of a bracelet. Second, he considers strange the process of transferring the lot to a charity auction for the column in the hall of the Verkhovna Rada.
“What kind of auction it? With all due respect, Deputy speaker do not Alla Pugacheva and not Michael Jackson. Silver jewelry, already cheap and after wearing Irina is not expensive, and Vice versa.”.
In the comments of Ukrainians write their opinion:
“What a shame. It would be better just keep quiet. It would have remained a simple babstvo, who of us is sinless.. And now it’s cynicism of the highest order”, “Must constantly prove that holding people for a herd of morons”, “Who needs it*Wed nny cheap bracelet.”, “After its fall to his knees at the debate seemed bottom punched, but no,” “Well when will stop this BL*dstvo?”, “What surprised you? This is Poroshenko’s team”, “Sell necklace and bracelet measure. Zavralsya all”, “In her case it’s better to chew than to speak.”