Residents of Livadia, a member of the Yalta municipality, wrote a letter to the President of Russia Vladimir Putin with the request not to install the monument to Alexander III on the site of the tennis courts in the village. On Thursday, March 16, reports the edition "notes".
"In the village there is not a single bar with a bars, no playgrounds, and at the same time, the only tennis court in the village is planned to be let for demolition. Badminton courts broken and overgrown with bushes, Playground for towns rests only on the enthusiasm of a world champion for the towns of Alexander Babich, a volleyball court rests only on local residents", — quotes the resource appeal to local residents.
However, the action group in the letter proposes to establish a monument in honor of the king in Massandra Palace, which was built for Alexander III. "Livadia Park already has a bitter experience of the installation of monuments", — stated in the message. Under the appeal to Russian President signed by 82 resident Livadia.
13 March, the head of the Republic of Crimea Sergey Aksenov said, what Russia needs to change the form of government to a monarchy. "When there is no unity of command, comes collective irresponsibility. Therefore, when there is external challenges, pockets of resistance to external, you need to take more rigid measures," he said.
Earlier in March, former Prosecutor of Crimea, the Deputy of the state Duma Natalia Polonskaya reported on the occurrence of the bust of the last Russian Emperor Nicholas II in the chapel in the building of Prosecutor's office in Simferopol. "It is a miracle that does not explain neither the scientists, nobody. And in this centenary [of renunciation]", — she told. Later the Church Board refused to accept the bust of Nicholas II, the myrrh-streaming.
Dozens of students of the Crimean Federal University. V. I. Vernadsky on the morning of April 24 came to the rally as a sign of confidence in the educational institution rector Sergey Donych. On the same day the head of Republic of Crimea Sergey Aksenov initiated the meeting of the Supervisory Board of the University, to discuss the issue of no confidence in the rector.
The Chairman of the Board of the Yalta international economic forum Andrey Nazarov spoke about the future of the Crimea Peninsula. According to him, over the past three years, the region has created a comfortable investment climate. In the next few years, promised Nazarov, the Crimea will become a "Russian Monaco."
The bust of the 32nd US President Franklin Roosevelt came to Yalta, he installed on the street bearing his name. The monument was created over half a century ago and preserved in Museum archives. Roosevelt visited the Crimea in 1945 to participate in the meeting with the leaders of the Soviet Union and great Britain — Joseph Stalin and Winston Churchill.
Singer Lolita Milyavskaya has commented on the appearance of a picture with bare Breasts on Twitter of the security Service of Ukraine. According to the artist, a photo was found by her husband. "The first thing he told me when I woke up: got a picture, but the chest is not yours. I honestly looked, but no!" — said Lolita.
The students of one of the Turkish kindergartens set the scene, which depicted the failed attempt of a coup. Children with toy guns in the hands of the recited poems, performed a military band. One of the pupils of kindergarten depicted as a Martyr killed in the fighting with the rebels.
The opposition has filed an application to the Metropolitan mayor for the March and rally on Bolotnaya square in Moscow on 6 may. Organizers plan to walk from the October square to Bolotnaya square. The estimated number of participants — 10 thousand people. Among the event applicants Lev Ponomarev, Gennady Gudkov, Leonid Gozman and others.