In Khmelnytsky region, 11-year-old girl conducts Zelensky's survey - National Police chief
On election day, in Khmelnytsky region, an 11-year-old girl conducted a poll initiated by President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky, head of the National Police of Ukraine Ihor Klymenko has said.
"I would like to draw your attention to the fact that today an 11-year-old girl was actually engaged in volunteer activities in Khmelnytsky region, she conducted a survey. We drew up a protocol for her mother about the parents' failure to fulfill their responsibilities for raising children," Klymenko said at a briefing, the press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs reports on the Facebook page.
As reported earlier, the coordinator of all-Ukrainian project "Five Questions from the President" Artem Haharin said that the sociological company conducting the survey explained the participation of minors by the fact that some interviewers left boxes and sheets for the survey for their children.
"The selection of interviewers was carried out by the sociological company. The explanation was that yes, there were some cases when parents left their children, and the children conducted this survey. But we do not leave this unnoticed, and if the sociological company hired minors, then this will be discussed with the company. But it will be done not by me," he said.