Nationalists in the Rada demand from the SBU and the Ministry of Internal Affairs to report on the disrupting of participants of the blockade 03/14/2017 13:05:24. Total views 760. Views today — 0.

Nationalist deputies demand a report from the SBU and the Ministry of Internal Affairs because of yesterday's disrupting of the redoubt of the blockade in Kryvyi Torets. This was said by the people's deputy from "Svoboda" Andriy Illienko at a meeting of the parliament today, - the correspondent of OstroV reports.

"We, as the nationalist deputies in the Verkhovna Rada, cannot keep silent at the moment when the authorities began to use force to disrupt the blockade of "trading on blood". Those events that occurred yesterday show that some people have already something wrong with their brains because of the money, because of these corrupt and oligarchic schemes, and they have already lost not only common sense, but also a sense of self-preservation, by launching aggressive actions against the veterans. "We believe this steps too far", - he stated from the parliamentary tribune.

On behalf of the nationalist deputies, he demanded perticular and clear actions from the parliament.

"The Minister of the Interior and the head of the SBU should immediately arrive in parliament to give answers to what happened yesterday. And I am sure that the parliament should also make personnel decisions among other things", - Illienko added.

The deputy also called the Verkhovna Rada to vote for the bill on the prohibition of trade with the temporarily occupied territories.

"The parliament must immediately stop this disgraceful practice that is taking place there. We call not to have head in the sand, but to start make decisions in the interests of the Ukrainian nation, otherwise the people will say their word and someone will envy the fate of Yanukovych", - he said.

As previously reported, law enforcement officers detained 43 participants of the trade blockade of Donbass, who organized a checkpoint at Kryvyi Torets railway station in the Donetsk oblast, on Monday, March 13. Participants of the blockade were released later.