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Saturday, March 17, 2018

Tymoshenko told about the prayers of the residents of the city to return the “criminal power” of Yanukovych

The leader of the party “Batkivshchyna” Yulia Timoshenko declared that the inhabitants of Lviv region are disappointed in the political elite that came to power after Maidan. According to her, People want returned to power the former President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych.

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Yulia Tymoshenko

About the desperate Western Ukrainian former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko Square told at the meeting of the conciliatory Council of the Verkhovna Rada, reports channel “112”.

According to the politician, during his recent trip to Lviv, she attended a book forum, and talked to people in stores and on the streets. Tymoshenko admitted that he never saw “so many tears, curses and hopelessness”.

“I first heard the requirement that if the democratic forces that are in power now, not able to run the country, let them leave and return zlochinnu Vlad” (criminal authorities – approx.) which made life better for the people,” — said the leader of “Batkivshchyna”.

The former Prime Minister of Ukraine stressed that Lviv residents accuse Kiev of genocide, which is “deliberately and systematically”. “If you think so, in Galicia, you can imagine what are the thoughts of people from other regions,” she added.

Viktor Yanukovych led Ukraine in 2010-2014 and was ousted from office in a coup. After that politician left the country, and in February 2015 the Verkhovna Rada adopted the decision to strip him of the title of President.


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