Gaidar was expelled from a polling station in Odessa
For interference in the work of the Odessa electoral Commission of the polling station at the elections on Sunday was ousted adviser of the head of Odessa Mikhail Saakashvili Maria Gaidar.
"right now the members of the Commission for 286 police station where I was present during the counting of votes, voted for what I must leave the polling station and not to interfere with the electoral process ", - she wrote in Facebook. In July Maria Gaidar left Russia and entered the Odessa team leader Mikheil Saakashvili, serving as his Deputy on social issues. At this appointment responded the Russian blogosphere and mass media that build version about what motivated the choice of Saakashvili. On August 4 the head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko signed a decree on granting the citizenship of Gaydar and gave her Ukrainian passport. Maria Gaidar 32 years, she is the daughter of former Acting Prime Minister Yegor Gaidar, and great-granddaughter of the famous Russian playwright Arkady Gaidar.