The “agreement” between Yanukovych and the “opposition troika” confirms that Maidan can no longer rely on Ukrainian politicians or Ukrainian politics. Deaths from the bullets of depraved killers acting on the orders of the bastards in “power” cannot go unpunished. Responsibility rests first and foremost with Yanukovych.
As such, any negotiations with him on anything other than the terms of his immediate resignation followed by [the establishment of] a national criminal tribunal are nothing but criminal. Those who negotiate with Yanukovych become accomplices to [his] crimes because a “settlement of the political crisis” is only possible when we have such a crisis. After so many deaths, this has gone well beyond any“political crisis.” Continue reading
Right Sector’s response to statement by Victor Yanukovych
Having seen today’s statement by Yanukovych, we need to point out the obvious fact that the criminal regime still has not fully appreciated either the scale of its atrocities or the wrath of the nation.
The statement does not include any clear commitments on the resignation of this pseudo-president, the dissolution of the Ukrainian Parliament whose inaction led to the escalation of conflict, the punishment of those responsible for law enforcement agencies and those who carried out the criminal orders that resulted in the deaths of about hundred Ukrainian citizens (particularly the immediate arrest of Acting Minister of Interior Vitaliy Zakharchenko, the leaders of the Berkut riot police leaders, and the snipers, and the dismissal of Oleksandr Yakymenko [the head of the State Security Service], Victor Pshonka [the Prosecutor-General], and Pavlo Lebedev [the Minister of Defence], followed by an investigation into their activities), a prohibition on the activities of the Party of Regions and the Communist Party of Ukraine, and safety guarantees to all participants in revolutionary action. Continue reading
Friday, 21 February 2014
Opposition leaders said that they signed an agreement with President Viktor Yanukovych so that no more people died in armed clashes and so that Ukraine would not become divided.
“We signed the agreement so that the country wouldn’t become divided… so that we could save people’s lives… so that we could save our country,” Arseniy Yatseniuk told journalists as he left the Presidential Administration building. According to him, this agreement “entails early elections, Yanukovych loses his dictatorial powers, and there will be an international investigation.” Continue reading