Ministry of Justice sells purebred dogs because of debts of their owners (PHOTO) 05/21/2020 15:48:25. Total views 645. Views today — 0.

The Ministry of Justice sells purebred dogs on the website of the electronic auction system for seized property (SETAM) because of the debts of their owners. This is reported by zn.ua with reference to the data of the SETAM system.

So, according to the information contained on the SETAM website, the lot "Pit Bull Terrier dog of 2015 year of birth" with a reserved price of $4.23 is offered to the attention of bidders for May 22 and the lot "East European Shepherd dog" with a reserved price of $49 - for May 25.

As reported, the first dog was confiscated as part of the seizure of property of the debtor in the Donetsk oblast back in October last year, the second one - in Khmelnytskyi in March this year .

As of today, no bidder has been announced to bid on the pit bull terrier, only one buyer wants to buy a shepherd dog now.

As previously reported, MP from Servant of the People Yevhen Brahar proposed a non-standard solution to the problem of debt of Ukrainians for utilities in February 2020. Instead of a comprehensive solution to the problem, he suggested citizens with pets to sell them and "calmly pay the utilities". The deputy's proposal provoked a negative reaction among the Ukrainians, and a flash mob "Bro is not for sale" was launched on social networks.

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky instructed the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine to deal with the situation of a woman whom Brahar proposed to sell a dog to solve the problem of debt for the utilities. The government stated that the woman should pay $11-13 per month, since she receives a subsidy.