Об этом сообщает Depo.ua.
Это мероприятие анонсировалось, как ярмарка выходного дня, куда рестораторы должны были прийти, поскольку в их заведениях можно работать только на вынос. При этом всех проголосовавших обещали угостить.
Однако ярмарки как таковой не получилось. В парках рестораторов было не видно. Однако стояли палатки, в которых людей бесплатно угощали чаем и пирожками.
При этом активно шла агитация с колонок о том, как важно прийти на голосование.
В парке Зеленый Гай возле палатки «аниматор» задавал вопросы школьникам, почему важно голосовать, а за ответ подарил футболку.
Напомним, в воскресенье, 22 ноября, в 11 городах 9 областей Украины проходит голосование на выборах городского головы. Мэра во втором туре выбирают в Днепре и Никополе (Днепропетровская область), Славянске (Донецкая область), Ужгороде (Закарпатская область), Бердянске (Запорожская область), Львове и Дрогобыче (Львовская область), Николаеве, Полтаве, Ровно и Черкассах.
Спортивный комментатор Дмитрий Губерниев в своем Telegram-канале высказался о неудачах российских клубов в Лиге чемпионов.
Напомним, что 24-го ноября футбольный клуб «Краснодар» потерпел поражение от испанской «Севильи» (1:2), а петербургский «Зенит» — от итальянского «Лацио» (1:3). Оба российских клуба потеряли шансы на выход в плей-офф Лиги чемпионов.
По мнению комментатора, от матчей российских команд в Лиге чемпионов уже веет какой-то безысходностью и серия без побед указывает на нерешенные проблемы российского футбола. Губерниев считает, что в Лиге чемпионов командам из России трудно.
«Били, бьют и будут бить. А не сделаем ничего, будут бить и дальше», — написал он.
Ранее «Зенит» проиграл «Лацио» в Лиге чемпионов.
Republic of Ireland boss Stephen Kenny has kept his job following an investigation into the controversial ‘political’ video he showed players ahead of the recent defeat to England.
But the FAI have stopped short of publicly supporting their embattled boss following an internal probe into ‘videogate'.
Sportsmail exclusively revealed the news that Kenny was under investigation by his own employers after he showed a in-house motivational video that included Anglo-Irish political connotations in the lead-up to their 3-0 loss to Gareth Southgate’s men earlier this month.
In a statement released on Sunday night the FAI declared that the ‘matter is now closed’ - but stopped short of publicly stating that they were satisfied with Kenny’s conduct in the matter.
The statement read: ‘Earlier this week issues regarding content shared with the senior Ireland men’s team ahead of the recent friendly against England at Wembley Stadium were brought to the attention of the FAI.
‘Following this development, the FAI decided it was appropriate to look into the matter.
'Since then the FAI has had discussions with a number of staff members and players, including the team manager, Stephen Kenny.
‘The Board has accepted the explanations provided and considers that the matter is now closed.’
But Sportsmail understands that FAI chiefs made clear to Kenny that his decision to show the video was an error of judgement, one substantial enough for them to investigate.
Those views were expressed to Kenny during discussions on Friday, but he has survived the probe with his job intact.
It is understood the FAI were made aware of the video, which is said to have made reference to the Great Famine, the Easter Rising in 1916 and Proclamation of Independence, as well showing previous goals scored by the Republic of Ireland against England, by a member of staff on Wednesday prompting their probe.
It has since emerged that at least one FAI member of staff advised Kenny not to show the video, pleas the boss ignored.
Players took varying degrees of offence to the video, with one source describing it as ‘anti-English’ while another indicated it was more aligned with ‘pro-Ireland’ sentiments.
The 49-year-old was called into a urgent meeting with FAI bosses on Friday to establish the full details of what happened ahead of last Thursday’s 3-0 loss at Wembley, whilst coaches Damien Duff and Keith Andrews were also spoken to.
On Monday, the reality star shared a snap of herself 'reflecting' in a bikini while inside her spacious walk-in closet.
And one day later, Kim Kardashian shared another eye catching post, this time while posing by ladders and a shiny door.
The 40-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashians star sets pulses racing in skintight red latex bottoms and a bustier - with flame hued tresses.
It is not known if the two images are from July when she dyed her hair the bold red color, or if they are new images and Kim is wearing a wig.
Kim donned a bustier that featured a flame-like pattern - in the colors red and orange; the low-cut strapless number showcased her ample cleavage.
Kim highlighted her tiny midsection and curvy hips in second skin red latex leggings, adding matching heels.
She further continued the red theme with wavy red tinted locks; she held her phone in one image while bizarrely posing by a bunch of ladders.
In the second image, Kim was walking in a hallway with large silver doors that led to the ladder storage behind her.
She captioned it simply: 'Sooo [fire],' adding a fire emoji.
In early July, Kim shared throwback snaps from sister Khloe's birthday bash that took place the week prior.
She was rocking red tresses that was also well matched with her red themed outfit.
The mother of four had opted for a bright red sleek hair look, while this new hairstyle appeared to be a darker, richer red tone.
On Monday, Kim posted a bikini snap of herself as she did some 'reflecting' in her spacious Calabasas walk in closet.
For her reflective time, the star slipped on a tiny white bikini set with a full face of makeup, with her luxurious accessories surrounding her.
Though she did not explicitly state what she planned to reflect on, Kim still may be traumatized by the online backlash she received following her October birthday trip.
In celebration of her milestone 40th birthday, the SKIMS CEO revealed to her social media following on Twitter and Instagram that she orchestrated an elaborate family/friend getaway.
'Before COVID, I don’t think any of us truly appreciated what a simple luxury it was to be able to travel and be together with family and friends in a safe environment.
'After 2 weeks of multiple health screens and asking everyone to quarantine, I surprised my closest inner circle with a trip to a private island where we could pretend things were normal just for a brief moment in time.
'We danced, rode bikes, swam near whales, kayaked, watched a movie on the beach and so much more.
Adding: 'I realize that for most people, this is something that is so far out of reach right now, so in moments like these, I am humbly reminded of how privileged my life is. #thisis40.'
Once the post hit the internet, social media users turned out in droves to criticize the Kardashian family for taking a trip amid a pandemic that has cost the lives and jobs of so many.
Despite the criticism, Kim and her various family members have continued to put photos and footage from the 'once in a lifetime' adventure to their various social media pages.
The one-week trip, which cost a reported $1million, according to Page Six, took place on Marlon Brando's private island in Tahiti.
Kim proudly shared photos from the extravagant vacation and explained that all in attendance were subjected to COVID testing and had to quarantine for two-weeks in order to 'pretend things were normal just for a brief moment in time.'
'40 and feeling so humbled and blessed,' Kim wrote in her post's caption, which was shared to Instagram and Twitter following the trip.
'There is not a single day that I take for granted, especially during these times when we are all reminded of the things that truly matter. For my birthday this year, I couldn’t think of a better way to spend it than with some of the people who have helped shaped me into the woman I am today.'