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Deputy from Kursk Olga Lee advises Russians not to pay rent

Until today, Olga Li, a little-known outside the Kursk region, posted a video message to the Russians on YouTube, in which she urged them to refuse to pay utility bills.

In an interview with the Russian News Service, the deputy stated that today "it is necessary to take extreme measures," since the housing and utilities system has already been completely rotten. In the sphere of public services of both Kursk and the entire country, corruption flourishes. Housing and communal services workers everywhere launder money through one-day firms.

Deputy from Kursk Olga Lee advises Russians not to pay rentRegarding this state of affairs as a mockery of the people, the 26-year-old Olga Li advised not to be afraid of “having to pay pennies”, calling them “insignificant”.

She recommends resuming payments only after the “real landings” of thieves and the receipt of stolen funds in the treasury.

Colleagues Lee, and indeed the Russians themselves, to whom the deputy addressed, assess her appeal very ambiguously.

Lawyers call the council of the Kursk deputy "abuse of authority", which conflicts with the existing legislation.

The bloggers noticed the “inconsistency of facial expressions and words,” as well as Olga Lee’s “shifty eyes”, indicating reading the text prepared in advance from the monitor, assessing the deputy’s performance as PR, and “not the most expensive” and not supported by any real actions.

We note that according to the latest VTsIOM data, the situation in the sphere of tariffs for housing and communal services is leading in the list of problems worrying Russians. And the discontent of citizens with the system of housing and communal services is growing. At the end of April 2013, 64% of respondents considered the housing and utilities issue to be the most important in the country, whereas five years ago only 44% thought so.

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