The current Mayor of Kiev Vitali Klitschko, who according to the results of the 2nd round of elections was again elected head of the Ukrainian capital, said that doesn't receive a salary And work on a voluntary basis.
according to the results of elections on Sunday, Klitschko scored 66, 5% of the votes, while his competitor, non-faction people's Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada, former spokesman of the extremist organization "Right sector" Borislav Bereza received a 33, 5%.
"I do not receive a salary. During these one and a half years I have not received a penny. I work on a voluntary basis. I have a salary, has the ability to be, in terms of $ 300. I came to Ukrainian politics not to earn. All his salary as a people's Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada, I have translated in children's home. I work as a volunteer. And do it sincerely, from the heart, " said Klitschko in the conversation.
Klitschko manages capital for more than a year - he was elected mayor in early elections on may 25, 2014. Then he became mayor as one of the leaders of the new coalition that came to power after the coup in February 2014.
The second round of mayoral elections was held on Sunday in 29 cities of Ukraine, such as Kiev, Dnepropetrovsk, Lviv, Kherson, Nikolaev, Zaporozhye, Poltava, Uzhgorod And Chernihiv. The official results of the 2nd round must be determined before November 20, inclusive.