protests against the current government, which took place in Ukraine on Friday, could resume as early as this week, with a tougher version.This was announced by the leader of the opposition Party of Regions Viktor Yanukovych and the deputy of the faction Anna Herman.The protests against the current government, which took place in Ukraine on Friday, could resume as early as this week, with a tougher version.This was announced by the leader of the opposition Party of Regions Viktor Yanukovych and the deputy of the faction Anna Herman.
"The authorities do not hear the voice of the people Instead of immediately respond to the demands of the people, the power at any price is trying to pretend that nothing had happened we will let not apply to the people's will we will soon repeat the protest..!" - SaidVictor Yanukovich.Herman added that perhaps the stock will resume "at the end of this week."At the same time the leader and deputy of the faction emphasized that the shares will be tougher, since "soft option"
However, the leader of the Party of Regions, thanked all those who took part in the protests, which took place across the country on March 27.Recall, last Friday across the country held rallies, their primary requirement has been the resignation of the president and prime minister, who, according to the opposition, can not cope with the economic crisis.In particular, it has collected about 20 thousand people in Donetsk according to the press service of the Party of Regions, meeting in Kharkov - 25 thousand.In addition, in Lviv, where the "regionals" have never had strong support, we rallied around a thousand people.In Kiev, where he addressed Viktor Yanukovych, according to the police, gathered two thousand people.Also on Thursday a number of local councils in the Donetsk region have held extraordinary sessions, which also demanded the resignation of Viktor Yushchenko, Yulia Tymoshenko and Verkhovna Rada dissolution.
According to RIA "Novosti", the Party of Regions proposes to hold both presidential and parliamentary elections this autumn.Meanwhile, the country has seen economic and financial crisis, which began to flare up in the country in October 2008 as a consequence of the global crisis.Many factories and enterprises have stopped production due to lack of demand for products.Also, hundreds of workers have not been paid, or receive it with a delay.