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Omar Reports Rise in Death Threats After Trump Tweet

U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar says she has experienced an increase in death threats in the days since President Donald Trump posted a video critical of her comments about the September 11, 2001 terror attacks.

In a statement late Sunday, Omar said many of those threatening her life directly referenced Trump’s post. She also cited a rise in violence and acts of hate by right wing extremists in the United States and elsewhere in the world, saying “we can no longer ignore that they are being encouraged” by Trump.

“Violent rhetoric and all forms of hate speech have no place in our society, much less from our country’s commander in chief,” she wrote. “We are all Americans. This is endangering lives. It has to stop.”

Earlier in the day, the White House denied Trump is inciting violence and Islamophobia.

“Certainly the president is wishing no ill will and certainly not violence towards anyone,” White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders told Fox News Sunday. “But the president should be calling out the congresswoman for not only one time but a history of anti-Semitic comments,” she added, accusing Omar’s fellow Democrats of “looking the other way.”

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said the memories of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attack on New York and Washington are “sacred ground and any discussion of it must be done with reverence.”

Pelosi called Trump’s video “disrespectful and dangerous” and said it must be removed.

​Democratic Congressman Jerrold Nadler said on CNN Sunday he had no problem with Omar’s comments.

“I have had some problems with some of her other remarks, but not with that one,” he said.

In an emotional speech last month to the Council on American-Islamic Relations, Omar spoke out against discrimination against and suspicions of Muslims.

“CAIR was founded after 9/11 because they recognized that some people did something, that all of us were starting to lose access to our civil liberties … for far too long we have lived with the discomfort of being a second-class citizen and, frankly, I’m tired of it and every single Muslim in the country should be tired of it,” she said.

Trump’s Friday tweet included Omar’s brief line “somebody did something” followed by more than 40 seconds of September 11 terrorist attack news footage and a large graphic repeating the words “somebody did something.” 

Other Omar critics have focused solely on that one single line, accusing her of trivializing the inhumanity of September 11 but not mentioning the rest of her speech.

Some Democrats accuse Trump of stirring up the same kind of Islamophobia that Omar was decrying.

Nadler said Trump has “no moral authority” for talking about September 11. He accuses Trump of “stealing” a $150,000 grant meant for small-business owners to rebuild their destroyed businesses after the attack and using that money for his own real estate holding. 

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders noted that then-President George W. Bush, a Republican, went to a mosque after 9/11 to assure Muslim Americans that they are not criminals and terrorists. 

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У поліції обіцяють зняти борди з Порошенком, який йде, і написом «кінець»

Білборди у стилістиці кандидата у президенти, чинного голови держави Петра Порошенка, що з’явилися 14 квітня у різних містах України, розміщені з порушенням законодавства і будуть демонтовані, заявляють у поліції.

Як сказав «Українській правді» речник Нацполіції Ярослав Тракало, за попередньою перевіркою, ця зовнішня реклама розміщена із порушенням законодавства. 

«Адже не містить інформації про установу, що здійснила друк, тираж, інформацію про осіб, відповідальних за випуск, та замовника цих матеріалів», – повідомив він.

За словами речника, наразі поліція проводить перевірку по всіх регіонах, де виявлено розміщення політичної реклами такого змісту.

Тракало додав, що розповсюдження зовнішньої реклами без зазначеної в законодавстві інформації тягне за собою накладення штрафу.

Тим часом, в Адміністрації президента заявили, що команда Порошенка не має відношення до цих бордів.

«Та ви смієтесь? Ми ж не такі вже ідіоти, щоб таке вішати, таку дурість. Ми взагалі намагаємось обережно підходити до таких речей після бордів з Путіним», — сказав Громадському завідувач відділу Головного департаменту інформаційної політики АП Володимир Горковенко.

Напередодні користувачі соцмереж публікували фото білбордів, на яких зображений Порошенко, що йде геть, і напис «кінець».

Раніше цього місяця у різних містах України з’явилися білборди, на яких писало «21 квітня. Вирішальний вибір» і було розміщене фото президентів України і Росії, що дивляться один на одного.

Читайте ще: Скандал навколо нової реклами Порошенка. Чому Путін і де Зеленський?

У виборчому штабі Петра Порошенка заявили, що такі агітаційні плакати є офіційним рекламним продуктом, сплаченим із виборчого фонду кандидата в президенти.

21 квітня відбудеться другий тур виборів президента України, в який вийшли двоє кандидатів: Володимир Зеленський і Петро Порошенко.

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Trump Campaign to Report it Raised $30 Million

President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign is set to report that it raised more than $30 million in the first quarter of 2019, edging out his top two Democratic rivals combined, according to figures it provided to The Associated Press.

The haul brings the campaign’s cash on hand to $40.8 million, an unprecedented war chest for an incumbent president this early in a campaign.

The Trump campaign said nearly 99% of its donations were of $200 or less, with an average donation of $34.26.

Trump’s fundraising ability was matched by the Republican National Committee, which brought in $45.8 million in the first quarter — its best non-election year total. Combined, the pro-Trump effort is reporting $82 million in the bank, with $40.8 million belonging to the campaign alone.

Trump formally launched his reelection effort just hours after taking office in 2017, earlier than any incumbent has in prior years. By contrast, former President Barack Obama launched his 2012 effort in April 2011 and had under $2 million on hand at this point in the campaign.

Obama went on to raise more than $720 million for his reelection. Trump’s reelection effort has set a $1 billion target for 2020.

Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale said in a statement that Trump “is in a vastly stronger position at this point than any previous incumbent president running for re-election, and only continues to build momentum.”

Trump’s fundraising with the RNC is divided between two entities: Trump Victory, the joint account used for high-dollar gifts, and the Trump Make America Great Again Committee, the low-dollar digital fundraising operation known internally as “T-Magic.” The campaign is set to launch a traditional “bundling” program — which it lacked in 2016 — in the coming weeks. Bundlers are mid-tier donors who bring in contributions from their associates.

Together, the Trump entities have raised a combined $165.5 million since 2017.

Trump is benefiting from the advantages of incumbency, like universal name recognition and his unrivaled position atop the Republican Party.

Among Democrats, dollars are divided across a candidate field of well more than a dozen, while the Democratic National Committee remains in debt and has suffered from being dramatically outraised by the RNC in recent months.

Bernie Sanders topped the Democratic field in the first quarter, raising slightly more than $18 million, followed by Kamala Harris with $12 million and Beto O’Rourke with $9.4 million. Trump is reporting a haul of $30.3 million.

Republicans have trailed Democrats in online fundraising ever since the medium was invented roughly two decades ago. But Trump has closed the gap, driving small-dollar donors who make recurring donations to the GOP like the party has never seen before. According to RNC chairwoman Ronna McDaniel, Trump’s campaign has already had eight seven-figure fundraising days this year, and has taken in money from more than 1 million new online donors since Trump’s inauguration — including 100,000 this year.

The Republican committee said it is planning on spending $30 million on maintaining and growing Trump’s email list alone, recently expanded its headquarters space to an annex in Virginia and will soon invest in developing an app.

In 2015, Trump swore off outside money, declaring in his opening speech: “I’m using my own money. I’m not using the lobbyists’. I’m not using donors’. I don’t care. I’m really rich.”

He quickly reversed course on high-dollar donations after he won the GOP nomination, bowing to the financial pressures of running a general election campaign, and he’d already raised millions online through the sale of merchandise like his signature red Make America Great Again hats.

Trump gave or loaned $66 million to his 2016 campaign, but has yet to spend any of his own cash for his reelection effort. Aides don’t expect that to change.

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Лідер кримських татар сказав, які п’ять питань має до кандидата Зеленського щодо Криму

«Прошу дати на них лаконічні відповіді» – Мустафа Джемілєв

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Зеленський не прийшов на дебати з Порошенком на НСК «Олімпійський»

Кандидат у президенти України Володимир Зеленський 14 квітня не прийшов на дебати зі своїм опонентом, чинним главою держави Петром Порошенком.

Порошенко близько години спілкувався з представниками ЗМІ, попередньо давши Зеленському 40-45 хвилин, на те, щоб прибути на зустріч.

Новина доповнюється.

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Порошенко заявив, що заступника керівника Служби зовнішньої розвідки Семочка звільнено з посади

Президент України Петро Порошенко заявив, що заступника керівника Служби зовнішньої розвідки Сергія Семочка звільнено з посади 12 квітня.

«Керівника Служби зовнішньої розвідки Семочка звільнено у п’ятницю», – наголосив президент під час спілкування з журналістами на НСК «Олімпійський» 14 квітня, де він планував зустрітися зі своїм опонентом на президентських виборах Володимиром Зеленським. Останній на стадіоні не з’явився.

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Національне антикорупційне бюро України 3 жовтня 2018 року відкрило провадження щодо першого заступника голови Служби зовнішньої розвідки Сергія Семочка. Провадження зареєстроване за статтею 368-2 Кримінального кодексу України (незаконне збагачення) за матеріалами журналістського розслідування програми «Наші гроші».

16 жовтня Служба безпеки України заявила, що в межах розпочатого за заявою журналіста Дениса Бігуса кримінального провадження за частиною 1 статті 111 («державна зрада») Кримінального кодексу України перевіряє оприлюднену у ЗМІ інформацію щодо колишнього співробітника СБУ Сергія Семочка.

Журналісти стверджують, що родичі Семочка мають нерухоме майно на понад 200 мільйонів гривень. Розслідувачі припускають, що посадовець отримав статки завдяки «дахуванню» фармацевтичних компаній. Крім того, за їхніми даними, дружина Семочка та ще сім членів йогос сім’ї отримали російські паспорти після анексії Криму.

Сам посадовець заявив, що не має стосунку до будинків під Києвом, вартість яких складає мільйони доларів, а його дружина є винятково громадянкою України.

Семочко був призначений першим заступником голови Служби зовнішньої розвідки України президентським указом від 31 липня 2018 року. До цього він очолював управління СБУ в Києві та Київській області. Ще раніше Семочко був керівником Головного управління контррозвідувального захисту інтересів держави у сфері економічної безпеки СБУ.

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Transcript of Secretary of State Pompeo Interview by Spanish Service Senior Reporter Gesell Tobias

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo spoke to VOA Spanish Service Senior Reporter Gesell Tobias in Asuncion, Paraguay, about issues related to Venezuela, Iran and Nicaragua.  Below is a full transcript of the interview.

QUESTION: Thank you, Secretary Pompeo, for another time, another opportunity to talk to you.

SECRETARY POMPEO: “It’s great to be with you again.”

QUESTION: Thank you. Let’s begin with one of the hottest topics, Venezuela. This is one of the topics you have been talking about for quite a long time already, and I would like to know how you can explain to the Venezuelan people who is the real president. We take into consideration that some Venezuelans still pay taxes to the government of Nicolas Maduro. If a government, a foreign government, needs to help their own citizens living in Venezuela, they need to get in contact with Maduro’s officers. How can we explain that to the Venezuelan people?

SECRETARY POMPEO: “That’s a great and important question. The Venezuelan people have spoken. The sham election that gave Maduro the pretend authority that he has — the world has recognized. There are now 54 countries in addition to the people of Venezuela who recognize that Maduro is not a legitimate leader. He still has control of elements of power, to be sure, but the people have spoken; we know what they want. Maduro and his henchmen have destroyed this nation. The Venezuelan people can see that very plainly. It’s why they didn’t want him back. They gave power to the National Assembly, now Juan Guaido, in a way that will ultimately deliver true democracy and prosperity back to Venezuela. You know the history.

This is a rich nation, a wealthy nation, a nation of people who are industrious and are prepared to work very, very hard. What they need is a leader who is prepared to help them, not be corrupt, not turn over power to the Cubans, and demand interventions to save them by the Russians. The new leadership will do that, and the United States stands ready to support not only the Venezuelan people but all of the countries in this region — we’re sitting here today in Paraguay — the countries of this region who recognize the same.”

QUESTION: What about if Maduro continues to hold the military power and to hold the city? Does the U.S. have a new strategy to go — does Maduro have a deadline, for example, for the U.S. Government?

SECRETARY POMPEO: “So the strategy is not just an American strategy. It’s the Venezuelan people’s strategy. The opposition groups banded together, made clear that it was unacceptable what Maduro’s regime did. They gave Juan Guaido the authority through the National Assembly to lead their nation forward. This won’t be an American solution to this problem. It’ll be the solution that the Venezuelan people choose. I remark sometimes people think Maduro is winning, and yet he’s handed over all of his power to the Cubans, to the Russians. This is weakness from Maduro. And so this weakness will ultimately lead to his departure, and democracy and prosperity will be restored in Venezuela. I am very confident of that.”

QUESTION: And I know you already answered this question many times, but I have to ask. Are all options on the table still?

SECRETARY POMPEO: “Of course. They remain on the table. We keep all options on the table because it’s very important, in that we don’t know how things will proceed. The Venezuelan people are entitled to the democracy that they have demanded, and we want to make sure that the resources of the United States of America aren’t foreclosed from being used if that turns out to be the right thing to do.”

QUESTION: Now, as you mentioned, Maduro has the support of Russia and China. Does that turn a decision against the government of Maduro more complex to take? Could this rise tensions between Washington and the Kremlin?

SECRETARY POMPEO: “I always remark I’ll hear some of the Maduro people talk about intervention in Venezuela. The Russians will say the Americans shouldn’t intervene in Venezuela. I mean, it’s almost funny to say, right? They have intervened in the most fundamental ways. The Cubans own the security apparatus. I would think if you were a Venezuelan military leader, you’d be embarrassed by that, right? The people, the people of Venezuela, want their own security. They want their own democracy. They want Venezuelans to lead their nation, not people from a small island, not people from Russia. They want their country to be led by their own people, and that’s what — that’s what Brazil and Colombia, the Lima Group, the OAS, here in Paraguay, that’s what all the leaders of the region are demanding, and it’s what the United States stands ready to support.”

QUESTION: Is there any line of communication between U.S. officials and Venezuelan militaries?

SECRETARY POMPEO: “I don’t think there’s any mistake about what America’s position is with respect to the Venezuelan military. We’ve made clear publicly that they ought not to continue to support Maduro, that this regime is over, it’s done, its day is finished, and that a new page needs to be turned, and that those who continue to support Maduro will face their own consequences, and those who make a different decision, those military leaders that make the decision to defend the Venezuelan people, will find happier days.”

QUESTION: And does the U.S. support or has given any advice to the Guaido government about giving amnesty to any Venezuelan military who turns their back on Venezuelan government?

SECRETARY POMPEO: “Sure, we’re talked with Juan Guaido about what a first day would look like, right? Maduro will leave, and we want to make sure that that next day that the world stands ready to support Venezuela. That will involve making decisions about how to address the transgressions of senior military leaders, those that inflicted violence, those who did harm to Venezuelans — well, they’ll be held accountable. Those who made a different decision, a better decision, a decision on behalf of the democratic institutions of Venezuela, will be treated very differently.”

QUESTION: With many countries in Latin America turning to the right and with the economical crisis in Venezuela at its worst, do you think the Iranian Government still have some presence in Latin America? And if it does, is it still a threat for the U.S. national security?

SECRETARY POMPEO: “So the question is does the — do the Iranians? Yes. There’s no doubt Iranian money remains in South America being used for malign purposes, supporting Hezbollah, supporting transnational criminal organizations, supporting efforts at terrorism throughout the region. The United States is working with our partners in this area to take down those networks, to take down that risk. IRGC — you saw the other day there was an air flight straight, straight from Tehran to Caracas. This is Iran intervening in South America. That’s not in the best interest of the South American people, and the United States stands ready. We see Iran for what it is, the world’s largest state sponsor of terror. That’s a global threat, and we’re prepared to push back against it not only in the Middle East but in South America and wherever we find that threat present.”

QUESTION: Moving forward, Secretary Pompeo, yesterday you mentioned in a speech from Santiago, in Santiago, and you used Chile as an example, as a model for economical growth. But Chile also have many trades with China — $43 billion, if I’m not mistaken — and the U.S. comes as a second partner. Can any country from Latin America have economical and diplomatic relationship with China while at the same time they do with the United States?

SECRETARY POMPEO: “Well, of course. What we have said about China is very clear. The United States has big economic relationships with China. We want China to thrive and prosper. Here’s what we don’t want, especially in South America. We don’t want China to show up with bags full of money and bribe officials. We don’t want China to show up and put Huawei or Chinese technology into the infrastructure of these countries so that the citizens, the citizens of Chile or the citizens of Paraguay, have their information, their private information, stolen by the Chinese Government. We don’t want corrupt activity.

China should compete. We have democracies here in South America now. This is a glorious thing where there’s free markets and capitalism and opportunity. That value set of transparency, of the rule of law, that’s the one the South American people are demanding. It is not what China brings. If China shows up to compete on a commercial basis, that seems perfectly reasonable. When they show up with malign intent, to give money with strings attached, which will destroy the sovereignty of a South American nation, that’s not good for the people in that country, and the United States is prepared to help those countries recognize that threat and to offer alternatives to it.”

QUESTION: Changing the topic a little bit, the U.S. cut the funds for three countries in Central America — Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador. Is this a final decision, or can they make things better and gain the confidence of the U.S. Government and also the money?

SECRETARY POMPEO: “Yeah, of course, they can. The United States is the most generous nation when it comes to both humanitarian and foreign assistance of any country in the world. The Trump administration has maintained that. What we want to make sure is where we provide those resources, those dollars from the American taxpayer, that they are effective, that we get outcomes not only what we want but that those countries want as well. So President Trump’s decision, we saw that those countries weren’t doing what needed to be done to prevent this enormous migration challenge, this crisis that the United States has at its southern border. As those countries work to develop systems to prevent their citizens from taking this incredibly dangerous journey from Guatemala, from Honduras, or from El Salvador through Mexico into the United States, when those countries begin to take actions that stop that, we’ll reconsider that decision.”

QUESTION: And my last question, Secretary. This week Nicaragua will remember a year since the political and social crisis began. More than 350 people died in this crisis. The negotiations are very slow right now, and their oppression continues with people who has demonstrated publicly. Is the United States taking new steps against the government of the president in Nicaragua?

SECRETARY POMPEO: “That’s a great question. Here I am in Paraguay. I was in Chile. I’ll be in Peru, I’ll be in Colombia, before I head back to the United States. You watch most of the countries in South and Central America turning in the direction of freedom, in the direction of liberty, in the direction of democracy; and yet, you have Venezuela and Nicaragua stuck in history, stuck with dictatorships, stuck with bad leadership, kleptocrats, stealing from their own people.

Our efforts in Nicaragua are very similar to those in Venezuela. We want the Nicaraguan people to have all the great things that they are entitled to have and that they so desperately want. And Mr. Ortega and his wife both need to change their ways in order to give Nicaragua that very opportunity.”

QUESTION: Secretary Pompeo, thank you very much for your time with Voice of America’s Spanish Service.

SECRETARY POMPEO: “Thank you very much. Thank you, sir. It’s great to see you again. ”

QUESTION: Thank you

 

 

 

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Case Against Julian Assange Raises Press Freedom Questions

When U.S. prosecutors unsealed a March 2018 indictment accusing Julian Assange of conspiring to illegally access a Department of Defense computer system, they sparked more than just an examination of the case and the accused.

The WikiLeaks co-founder is charged with participating in a “password hacking agreement” with Chelsea Manning, a former U.S. Army intelligence analyst who served seven years in prison for leaking one of the largest troves of classified documents in U.S. history. Newspaper editorial pages, political pundits and cable news analysts are debating whether the case against Assange imperils freedom of the press, whether he’s a member of the press, and whether it threatens First Amendment protections.

Assange is not a journalist

Mary McCord, former principal deputy assistant attorney general for national security, says there should be no debate about whether Assange is a journalist or whether this case is about journalism and free speech.

“One only needs to examine what WikiLeaks has distributed to come to the conclusion that Assange is not a journalist,” she told Voice of America.

“WikiLeaks is a conduit to distribute stolen information, both classified and unclassified,” she said, “without context, without any analysis or explanation. Journalists add value, analyze the facts and connect the information they disseminate. WikiLeaks is just a conduit, just a platform for illegally obtained materials,” she said.

“Even if he was a journalist, there’s no free pass for those who violate the law. This is no different from physically breaking into a building and breaking into a safe — it’s the cyber equivalent,” said McCord, who is currently a visiting professor at Georgetown Law School.

Yes, he’s a journalist

Louis Clark couldn’t disagree more. 

“He’s a journalist and WikiLeaks is a journalism organization,” he said.

Clark is CEO and executive director of the Government Accountability Project, and has negotiated transparency and accountability issues with American and international government and corporate officials for nearly four decades.

He steadfastly categorizes Assange as a member of the media.

“We’re talking about the press, press freedoms and essentially First Amendment issues. It is particularly troublesome when our government decides to prosecute essentially a member of the media,” he said.

Clark is also concerned about a rush to judgment.

“I definitely think there needs to be a presumption of innocence at this point given the track record of the Department of Justice in the areas of espionage and security,” he said.

​Chilling effect

Harvard Law Professor Yochai Benkler has written about the legal implications of prosecuting WikiLeaks. He told The Guardian he believes the indictment contained “dangerous elements that pose a significant risk to national security reporting. Sections of the indictment are vastly overbroad and could have a significant chilling effect.”

Gabe Rottman is the technology and press freedom project director for the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, the organization that went to court to have the Assange indictment unsealed. He and his colleagues are focused on the impact the case has on transparency and accountability in light of the Supreme Court’s recognition of broad First Amendment protection for the publication of information of public concern and how that standard must be applied to the case against Assange.

Rottman believes the emphasis has to remain on the fact that publishing of even damaging government information is legally protected even if the material is acquired unlawfully as long as the publishing party didn’t break the law to get it.

A spokesperson for the U.S. Attorney of the Eastern District of Virginia declined to comment on the case.

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Зеленський подякував голові МВС і силовикам за роботу в день виборів

Кандидат на посаду президента України, керівник студії «Квартал 95», комік Володимир Зеленський подякував працівникам Міністерства внутрішніх справ і інших силових відомств і особисто голові МВС Арсенові Авакову.

«Я хотів би подякувати всім працівникам МВС, кожному поліцейському, кожному рятувальникові, кожному нацгвардійцеві – дякую вам за цю роботу. І окремо я хочу подякувати міністрові пану Авакову: мені здається, це вперше в історії нашої країни, коли міністерство, поліція працювали не на окремого кандидата, а працювали на країну, захищали інтереси України», – заявив Зеленський у відеоролику, який оприлюднив у фейсбуці.

Як встановило напередодні виборів президента України, що відбулися 31 березня, але не визначили переможця, розслідування програми «Схеми», спільного проекту Радіо Свобода і телеканалу «UɅ:Перший», напередодні виборів неодноразово відвідувала Міністерство внутрішніх справ і зустрічалась із його очільником Арсеном Аваковим кандидатка на посаду президента України, лідерка партії «Батьківщина» Юлія Тимошенко – вона врешті обійняла третє місце і не вийшла до повторного голосування 21 квітня, на яке винесені кандидатури Володимира Зеленського і чинного президента Петра Порошенка, який кандидує на другий термін.

«Силові структури стають інструментами в руках окремих кандидатів для перемоги на виборах, – мовиться в розслідуванні. – Служба безпеки і Генеральна прокуратура – це вертикаль голови держави, креатури президента Петра Порошенка, які грають на його боці. По інший бік – Міністерство внутрішніх справ і підпорядкована йому Національна поліція. Партнер Порошенка в коаліції Арсен Аваков, схоже, вже давно грає свою гру, самостійну від президента. І на цих виборах він як політик, вочевидь, зробив ставку не на нього – а на інших лідерів президентських перегонів».

У розслідуванні звернено увагу, що як тільки СБУ і ГПУ повідомили про викриття платної мережі агітаторів за Тимошенко, майже одразу із дзеркальною заявою щодо кандидата-конкурента вийшов Аваков і розповів про інші схеми підкупу виборців, до організації яких, за його словами, імовірно, причетний заступник голови президентської фракції Сергій Березенко. Крім того, Аваков заявляв про виявлення апаратури прослуховування «під офісом» кандидата Зеленського, через що почали розслідування; СБУ повідомила у відповідь, що операція прослуховування, яку зірвала поліція, велася (в будинку через вулицю і за кілька будинків убік від офісу Зеленського – ред.) стосовно іншої особи, яка підозрюється в державній зраді; врешті, це була змушена визнати й поліція.

Міністр Аваков перед виборами не раз запевняв, що підпорядковані йому силовики гарантуватимуть безпеку і чесний перебіг виборчої кампанії і голосування.

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Порошенко запросив усіх на дебати з Зеленським на Олімпійському стадіоні в Києві 14 квітня

«Запрошую всі канали, щоб дебати були проведені в місці і часі, як хотів Зеленський, і не дати йому зійти з цієї його пропозиції. Це буде безвідповідально щодо країни і виборців»

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