AntiMaidan participants lack money to get back home. They had taken part in the governmental meeting in Mariinski Park in Kyiv and did not get paid for it afterwards, they said, according to Radio Liberty.
They were promised money but didn’t get any.
The organizers owed him 1000 hryvnias for the meeting, one of the demonstrators told.
A reported, participants of the meeting in support of Victor Yanukovich removed their camping in the park “to spend the holiday season with their families”. They urged EuroMaidan protesters to do the same.
As reported people were brought to Kyiv to organize so-called ‘AntiMadan’, in contrast to EuroMaidan activists, who stand for Euro integration of Ukraine. All the activists of AntiMaidan in Kyiv are reportedly paid money, (UAH 200-250) per day.
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