Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk did not want to go to the gathered near the building of the Cabinet miners require ahead of time to prepare the budget for 2015 funds to support coal plants.
As said from the tribune of the people's deputies of the Verkhovna Rada Sergey Kaplin and Oleg Muse, " Yatsenyuk hid in his office and didn't want to go ". Instead of the Prime Minister to the protesters left the chief of staff of the Cabinet of Ministers, reports a news Agency. Protesting miners delivered an ultimatum: if up to 12 hours to them will not Prime, they declare their action indefinitely, demanding the resignation of Arseniy Yatsenyuk. First on Wednesday it was announced that a rally near the government building in Kyiv organized about 1 thousand Miners from Lviv and Volyn regions that require ahead of time to prepare in the state budget for 2015 funds for state support of coal plants, capital construction and technical re-equipment, as Well as to return guarantees for workers and retirees industry. The demonstrators gathered near the main entrance to the government house, they are holding flags of the trade Union of workers of the coal industry of Ukraine, as Well as banners with inscriptions: "a tax on miners' pensions - the shame of the government, " the Power of the Western region - our coal ", " State without coal - citizens without light ". Miners Also banging helmets on concrete fence and shout " shame ". Activists of the activities require to adjust the state budget 2015 to provide for the costs of state support for coal plants, capital construction and technical re-equipment, labor protection. They also require to be adjusted in the laws, in order to resume action sigareti for employees and pensioners of the industry that existed on December 1, 2014, as Well as the lifting of the moratorium on social standards and providing indexing wages to inflation. Also Miners require to provide for the coal industry of all forms of ownership timely calculation on the energy market and the repayment of debts for the consumed coal products and electricity.