Deputy Speaker of the parliament Oksana Syroyid did not let the Opposition Bloc spread Russian fakes within the walls of the Ukrainian parliament.
During the morning session on April 26, a representative of the Opposition Bloc, Ihor Shurma, began a “speech” about the events in Odesa on May 2, which he called the “crucifixion of the Ukrainian people”.
This speech caused a flurry of negative emotions in the session hall, and Oksana Syroyid, presiding at the meeting, turned off the MP’s microphone.
She addressed those who watched and listened to the parliament session:
“It is unacceptable to resort to manipulation and incitement of hostility, especially on such a day. It is a well-known fact that the events that took place in Odesa were possible due to the involvement of the assault forces from Russia and Transnistria. And it is unacceptable to be looking for the guilty ones among Ukrainians now in order to once again make people clash with their emotions and pain.”
Syroyid asked MP Shurma to talk about things that do not separate people, otherwise the parliament’s chairperson has the right to end the Verkhovna Rada’s meeting