New pro-Putin mayor installed in Russia-controlled Melitopol after the Ukrainian city’s elected mayor’s detention

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by John Dee

According to informations provided by the Zaporozhye regional administration confirmed by CNN a new pro-Putin mayor has been installed in the Ukrainian city of Melitopol after the Ivan Federov’s – elected mayor – detention on Friday. The elected mayor was accused (in his own country, after been regularly elected by his people) of terrorism offenses by Putin’ militias.

The newly installed mayor is Galina Danilchenko, a former member of the city council, according to a statement on the Zaporozhye regional administration website. The new mayor is not been elected by the people: She was introduced as the acting mayor on a local TV and during her speech she explained her “main task is to take all necessary steps to get the city back to normal”.

While pro-Putin mayor was stressing her speech hundreds of people were demonstrating their opposition to the new mayor claiming for Ivan Fedorov freedom.


(13 marzo 2022)

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