Ukrainian President Signs Amnesty Law, Protesters Unmoved

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Bulgaria: Ukrainian President Signs Amnesty Law, Protesters Unmoved President Viktor Yanukovych. Photo by EPA/BGNES

The Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych has signed the Amnesty Law, which provides for the release of protesters detained during the anti-government rallies in Kiev.

Nonetheless, the opposition has rejected the terms of the law, which apply only if protesters abandon the government buildings they've occupied, the BBC specifies.

"I have the feeling that this man (Yanukovych) is trying to gain some time. But we will not allow to be cheated", opposition leader Vitali Klitschko told reporters after the Ukrainian parliament signed the bill on Wednesday.

The anti-government protests in Kiev began in November, after the President reversed a decision to sign an Association Agreement with the EU.

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Tags: Viktor Yanukovych, Amnesty Law, opposition, anti-government protests, protesters, Kiev, Association Agreement, Vitali Klitschko
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sa-sha - 2 Feb 2014 // 12:59:48

Bravo, Jordan! Your inspired quoting the Nazi's leaders proves that You are already "freed from the dirty chimera called conscience". Now it's time to "save Europe from Jewish Bolshevik regime in Moscow", right You (and Your idol Adolf) are! BY ALL MEANS, sure! Adolf preferred such an unfailing "mean" as Zyklon-B, on occation You may remind it to Tim...And now: "The pitched battles are in store for You and Your responsibility is great. The fate of Europe is in Your hands. May [Hitler] help You in this great battle!"*.
Go over the top, Jordano! Heil Hitler!

* quote from Adolf Hitler' address "To the soldiers of the Eastern Front"(June,21,1941)

Jordan Vladimirov - 31 Jan 2014 // 21:38:49

sa-sha, there aren't two sources for the troubles, it is only one, the Russian Bolshevik Regime headed by Putin. Be assured, you and all like you..., we will not go away, we will not stop, we will not give up - until all the Bolsheviks are expelled from the territory of Europe, and believe me when I say, BY ALL MEANS NECESSARY! I will give Bulgaria/Ukraine or any other country to the devil, before I surrender it to the Bolshevik communists! So BRAVO! Keep up the good work!

sa-sha - 31 Jan 2014 // 20:01:18

Dear Novinite, Your obvious sympathy to "protesters", as well as Your info that the West urges Russia not to interfere [into the events in Ukraine] allow me to make the following humble remark about complete and honest Western "non-interference" into the above events:

January, 27,2014, 9AM, SMS to the phone of the leader of "oppositionists" (who captured Kiev City Hall and Ministry of Justice) Alexander Daniluk:
"Hi, Alexander, thanks once again for our yesterday's meeting. I heard some people urged You to leave the building of the Ministry of Justice, is it true? Do ensure the due defence of the building ([Do You have] enough of the barricades?)....I'll be checking periodically. Call me any time at (044-521-5238). Thanks. Tim"

What the f*ck is that phone number? ;-)......Oh, it's one of the USA Embassy in Kiev' numbers!
And who the f*ck is "Alice"?.............It's the Second Secretary of Political Dept of USA Embassy in Kiev Mr.TIMothy Pergalsky.

Dear Novinite, judging by Your articles/info about the events in Ukraine, You tend to suggest that there are two "authors" for all troubles: the legitimate authorities of Ukraine and "those Russians". I would dare asking You, dear Novinite, to dial the above phone number and...and Mr.Tim will transform Your suggestion into a firm belief ! Бей жидов и москалей!/Убийте евреите и московчани! /~Libert?, Egalit?, Fraternit?!
Vive la r?volution!

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