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To learn more about online shopping sites visit fashion dressesBBC Monitoring 24 February 2017 Image copyright Borislav Bereza Image caption There was no shortage of spare seats for Mr Bereza and his companion A Ukrainian MP has brought a stuffed toy into parliament in a stunt intended to shame colleagues who don't show up for work. Independent MP Borislav Bereza arrived with the grey blob-shaped toy on Friday morning and propped it up on a vacant seat. It's a mini copy of the sculpture Homunculus Loxodontus by Dutch artist Margriet van Breevoort, which symbolises the experience of patients waiting to see a doctor. The sculpture became an internet meme in Russia and Ukraine, where it's referred to as Pochekun, meaning "the one who waits". Mr Bereza says in a Facebook post that while 322 MPs were registered as being in the chamber for
To learn more about clothing websites visit online clothing storesa plenary session, no more than 150 of them were physically present. "But Pochekun is here in the hall," he writes. "Like a majority of Ukrainians, he is waiting for MPs to start attending and working. He does not lack time or patience. Unlike Ukraine." The toy also took a turn behind the podium, prompting other MPs to snap photos . Ukrainians commenting online are divided over the stunt. "It seems to be funny, but it is rather sad," says one Facebook user, while another thinks it's "disgusting" given the conflict in Donbass and an economy "in intensive care".
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