Maidan protesters get offers to work in the police
Kiev authorities have decided to employ the people who came to the capital, offering them work on the city’s construction industry or in the police, said the new Kiev Mayor Vladimir Bondarenko.
The issue became urgent as the confrontation in the city centre is over but the Maidan protesters refuse leaving the City Hall, noted the Mayor. According to Bondarenko, the negotiations are carried out by first deputy Mayor Bohdan Dubas, one of the Maidan commandants.
“We invite them to go to the building sites, to landscaping zones, the law enforcement authorities, if there is a desire. We also provide psychological help,” said Vladimir Bondarenko to “Komsomolskaya Pravda in Ukraine” newspaper.
In anticipation of the release of the City Hall, officials are using the building of the Shevchenko Borough Administration as temporary work place.