Head of Udmurtia in search of Chupacabra
The head of Udmurtia, Alexander Brechalov, during a morning jog, wanted to meet a Chupacabra, which a resident of Mozhginsky district complained to him about. “In Search of the Chupacabra. Maybe you’ll be lucky”, - says Brechalov's Instagram story. However, apparently no luck. According to Udm-info, they started talking about the appearance of the Chupacabra in the Udmurt village back in November. Then an unknown creature destroyed all poultry and rabbits in several houses. However, no one has yet been able to see the chupacabra in the face.
Spreading of road workers in Primorye
But the head of the Primorsky Territory, Oleg Kozhemyako, is not so positive. And there are reasons for this: the road workers did not cope with cleaning the streets after bad weather, which led to a mass of accidents and 10-point traffic jams. Kozhemyako took a day to correct the situation. “The paperwork is going on, but people are suffering. Well, he doesn't take this reagent, sit down and sort it out - work it out, conduct an experiment. They give cars, allocate money - can you at least figure out the technology? I say right away that many will lose their positions”, - Vostok-Media quoted the head of the region as saying. By the way, tomorrow the bad weather will return to Primorye.
Rostov resident remained in custody in the case of theft from the plane "doomsday"
Zhora Khachunts, accused of theft from the “doomsday” plane, was not released. The Rostov Regional Court denied an appeal against his arrest, writes Rostov Gazeta. Now investigators are examining the DNA of Khachunts with the human genotype found at the crime scene. The results will be announced in February.
Belgorod Duma notified of an unauthorized rally
The attackers hacked into the e-mail of the Belgorod Regional Duma in order to send invitations to a rally against corruption, Bel.ru reports. The organizer of the event in the letters was the first vice-speaker of the regional Duma Natalia Poluyanova. However, she called the information fake. They are already looking for the guilty of what happened.
"Uncle Misha" from the Belgorod colony
"Bel.ru" writes that the actor Mikhail Yefremov, who is serving a term in the Belgorod colony for a fatal traffic accident while drunk, by now has established relations with other prisoners and has become "Uncle Misha" for them. He tells about the conditions in the colony like this: "You can live there and maybe even need to". In general, Yefremov is happy with everything - with the exception of early wake up in the morning, to which he is not used to.
Children from Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug refused to take to school for free
In one of the villages of the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug, children were deprived of their legal free travel to school, Muksun.fm reports. In this regard, local residents have already turned to Anna Kuznetsova, Ombudsman for Children's Rights under the President of the Russian Federation, for help. The thing is that the students of the village are forced to get to school by public transport. For several years, travel was free; a special city route was even created for schoolchildren. However, at the end of last year it became known that there was no more money to transport children. Now they will have to pay 30 rubles to get to school.
In Ufa, they changed their minds to erect a monument to Stalin
After activists from Ufa created a petition against the monument to Joseph Stalin, the city administration decided not to erect it. Putting the bust was part of the plans of the bureau of the Communist Party committee in Bashkiria, which even organized a fundraiser for this purpose. Where the collected funds will now go is not specified yet. “In their official response, representatives of the city administration noted that the biography and activities of the politician Joseph Stalin raises many questions and does not allow making an unambiguous decision on installing him a bust in the city”, - writes Mkset.
Orenburg resident's retribution for the rally
A resident of Orenburg was fined 20 thousand rubles for calling Telegram users to attend an uncoordinated rally on January 23. According to 56orb.ru, she admitted her guilt in court.
Good news about cats from Nizhny Novgorod
In just a few days, residents of Nizhny Novgorod and Muscovites dismantled 30 cats and cats who lived in a three-room apartment of a pensioner suffering from the last stage of cancer. A cry for help was thrown by her friend. It should be noted that the same number of cats and six dogs remain with the pensioner. All of them are processed and sterilized, informs NewsNN. But this is not all the good news: for example, a Nizhny Novgorod woman took a cat from a Moscow cemetery, which lived for six months at the owner's grave.
The initiative of the Rostov deputies
Another positive news comes from the Rostov region. There, local deputies suggested introducing a preferential mortgage at 1% per annum for excellent students, writes RostovGazeta. "The money that the budget will spend on subsidizing mortgages is guaranteed to pay off through the added value that the best specialists on the market will bring to the Don economy", - the regional Legislative Assembly believes. Students will only have to find money for the first installment.