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And what if Ukraine still has early elections?

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After the information published by the Ukrainian media that President Yanukovych, in principle, is not against holding early parliamentary and presidential elections, a series of questions arise as to how such elections today can contribute to the consolidation of the country. And these questions can hardly be called idle, since today the political situation in Ukraine is such that the country remains virtually divided into three ideologically rival camps. One of them is in favor of integration with Europe, the second, let's say, votes for rapprochement with the Customs Union, and there is a third camp, using frankly Nazi rhetoric, broadcasting on the "exclusivity" of Ukraine and Ukrainians. In this regard, it is worth thinking about what Ukraine can expect if Yanukovych really decides on early elections. To determine the specific subject of conversation, you can refer to the situation in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea.


And what if Ukraine still has early elections?


Why is this the Ukrainian region chosen for consideration? The fact is that the Crimean authorities are now turning to Russia with a request to give guarantees of the stability of the Crimean autonomy. Naturally, such an appeal of the ARC to Moscow activists of the Maidan brings to a white-hot, because a substantial segment of the “show program” of the “maydanutye” is actually based on anti-Russian rhetoric. However, the authorities of the Crimea do not care about the white heat of Maidan from the high bell tower. Their appeal to Russia in the ARC is explained as follows:

We are convinced that our initiative will be unequivocally supported by the majority of deputies of the Crimean parliament and by the majority of Crimeans. By its national composition, the Crimean population is 60% Russian, and culturally - by 80%. And in the situation when the opposition political forces in Kiev turn to the Western countries for mediation and support, it is quite logical that we will turn to the Russian Federation for the same. For our part, this is a symmetrical response to the actions of the opposition, on which, by the way, we have much more reasons, given historical Crimea belongs to Russia until the famous decision of Nikita Khrushchev.


These are the words of the deputy of the Supreme Council of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea Sergey Tsekov, who represents the Russian Unity party. Deputy cite "Vesti.ru".

Indeed, if the so-called Ukrainian opposition is actually openly relying in its actions on the West, then why would the majority of Crimeans not rely on Russia.

So, back to the consideration of the situation that could develop, pass the presidential and parliamentary elections in Ukraine now. Against the background of what is happening in a number of western regions of the country - complete paralysis of power after the seizure of administrative buildings by swells under the banner of the UPA, it cannot be ruled out that the number of nationalists in the Verkhovna Rada may well grow after the early elections. If today Freedom in the RNG 36 seats (10,4% in the 2012 election of the year instead of the 0,25% in the 2007 election of the year), then an unhealthy nationalist (and even Nazi) background can significantly increase the presence of the “burden workers” in parliament.

This can happen, if only because the “Party of Regions” has actually deceived its voters who voted in 2012 first of all for the position of the “regionals” concerning integration with Russia and the CU. No effective integration occurred during this time, the president’s throwing reached its apogee by December 2013, moreover, the Maidan again emerged from the depths of the originality of Ukrainian politics, and therefore the credibility of the Party of Regions and Viktor Yanukovych was undermined.

If you believe the data of the Ukrainian statistical agencies, the level of trust of PR has declined significantly, even in those regions that were traditionally among those supporting the party of Viktor Yanukovych. For example, in the Donetsk region, the “Party of Regions” is ready to support about 30% of respondents (the January version of the poll), although during the 2012 voting, the result in the Luhansk region was much more pleasant for the “regionals” - more than 65% of votes. Approximately in 1,5 times the level of confidence of the “Party of Regions” fell in the Crimea, where in 2012, every second vote was for this political force.

This state of affairs suggests that the “Party of Regions” and specifically Yanukovych from the failure in the southeast “will be saved” only by a distinct political position. And while intelligibility here is not visible. This can lead to the fact that the Parliament of Ukraine, at a minimum, “pooranzheet”, as a maximum, “will turn brown.” It is clear that in the same Crimea, “fractions of a percent” (within the statistical error) will vote for the orange-brown ones, but Lviv, Ivano-Frankivsk, Ternopil, Khmelnitsky and other western regions will clearly support the mentioned political forces. In the election of 2012 of the year, “Freedom” in the Lviv region was supported by more than 38% of voters!

It turns out that the slurred position of the parliamentary majority today can lead to the fact that tomorrow it will cease to be a majority. And if so, then the context of the laws that are born in the Rada will change dramatically - it is known which way ... It can be assumed that, again, such issues as Ukraine’s entry into NATO and the Black Sea’s withdrawal will be on the agenda. fleet Russia from Sevastopol, the revision of the autonomous status of Crimea, the persecution of Russian-language schools, theaters, the media and all that sort of thing.

How will the Crimea behave in such a situation? Crimeans just will not tolerate the fact that in their "monastery" orange-brown will try to drag in their understanding of the administration of politics. In this regard, the ARC may finally withdraw from any contacts with the central Ukrainian authorities, which for Kiev at best may lead to the need to consider the issue of federalization and confederalization of the state. Best case scenario! And at worst ...
According to the same scenario, the situation can develop not only in Crimea, but also in other regions of the country, which see their development path in close integration with Russia.

This suggests that early elections in the current situation can hardly lead to the consolidation of Ukrainian society. I wonder if Yanukovych and Putin talked about this during a long personal meeting in Sochi after the opening of the Olympiad? ..
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  1. bomg.77
    bomg.77 10 February 2014 08: 07
    +11
    Early elections are unnecessary - this means recognition of the correctness of the Maidan!
    1. domokl
      domokl 10 February 2014 08: 31
      +16
      Early elections will mean a change in the state system of Ukraine. Alexei correctly noted-Elections will not just tear the country apart, they will tear apart the unity of the people. Moreover, it will no longer be possible to put everything together again.
      1. Nicholas C.
        Nicholas C. 10 February 2014 08: 37
        +10
        That is why Belarusians have fatherland nations in rulers, and Ukrainians-Kravchuk, Kuchma, Yushchenko, Yanukovych? One is more beautiful than the other. And, after all, the Ukrainians themselves voted for it, therefore, they themselves wanted it.

        And, after all, it will only get worse with early elections and with elections on time. At least, the main actors in Ukraine behave this way.
        1. domokl
          domokl 10 February 2014 08: 43
          +14
          Quote: Nikolai S.
          That is why Belarusians have fatherland nations in rulers, and Ukrainians -

          The answer is simple. Belarusians, unlike Russia, Ukraine did not give away state enterprises for a penny to their people. They did not create oligarchs at the expense of the people. There, the oligarchs were forced to create something new.
          Russia, by virtue of its enormity, was able to resist big money. Although we remember Berezovsky and others like him ... How they bought everyone and everything. How much blood did it cost us then ... The same Chechnya is worth it.
          Ukraine, too, lived for a long time at the expense of the USSR. But there is nothing permanent. The inheritance is over. This is where it fell into oblivion.
        2. Egoza
          Egoza 10 February 2014 10: 25
          +8
          Quote: Nikolai S.
          and Ukrainians-Kravchuk, Kuchma, Yushchenko, Yanukovych?

          Let's see why ...
          Kravchuk ....
          In 1990 — 1991 he was a member of the Politburo of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Ukraine. second secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Ukraine. He ran for president as non-partisan. He was supported by both activists of the banned Communist Party at that time (their nominee, Alexander Tkachenko withdrew, in favor of Kravchuk), as well as part of the National Democrats who touted the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada as "Old Man." The image of a “nationalist” artificially created for the main opponent of Kravchuk, Vyacheslav Chornovol, also played his role.

          People believed that he still remained a communist and would pursue an appropriate policy, despite his "independence". And he went to the beat. Moreover, his acquisitions have surfaced over the hill. He then very sorry at the session objected, "What kind of property is there. So, a little hatynka in Switzerland" In accordance and received ....
          In the early presidential election of 1994 of the year (which he agreed to hold under the pressure of mass strikes of the summer of 1993 of the year) he lost to Leonid Kuchma in the second round, gaining 45,1% of the vote
          .
          Kuchma ...
          Chosen as a business executive. He was very well known as the leader of Yuzhmash, and he was not noticed in games with nationalists. However, the "family" also wanted to get hold of it, and the United States was in advance - slipped Yushchenko.
          Yushchenko - "chosen" in the third round !!! With the help of the Maidan. Well, everything is clear here, how he was chosen and rigged. Not without reason, a year after his election, inscriptions began to appear on the walls of houses "Sorry, Danilych! (Kuchma)"
          Yanukovych...chosen for his pro-Russian program. In contrast to the nationalists. For the fact that he promised to remove the title of Hero of Ukraine from Bandera, Shukhevych, etc. For the promise "Russian is the second state language." Received .... see for yourself
          1. alex13-61
            alex13-61 10 February 2014 10: 54
            +5
            Quote: Egoza
            graffiti began to appear on the walls of houses "I'm sorry, Danilych! (Kuchma)"

            I consider Kuchma the most successful president of the "nezalezhnoy"
            1. Witch
              Witch 10 February 2014 15: 03
              +1
              Quote: alex13-61
              I consider Kuchma the most successful president of the "nezalezhnoy"


              And my aunt recalls the days of Kravchuk with sadness ....
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          2. I am a Russian
            I am a Russian 10 February 2014 23: 11
            0
            Quote: Egoza
            Kuchma ...
            Chosen as a business executive. He was very well known as the leader of Yuzhmash, and he was not noticed in games with nationalists. However, the "family" also wanted to get hold of it, and the United States was in advance - slipped Yushchenko.
            Yushchenko - "chosen" in the third round !!! With the help of the Maidan. Well, everything is clear here, how he was chosen and rigged. Not without reason, a year after his election, inscriptions began to appear on the walls of houses "Sorry, Danilych! (Kuchma)"
            Yanukovych ... was chosen for his pro-Russian program. In contrast to the nationalists. For the fact that he promised to remove the title of Hero of Ukraine from Bandera, Shukhevych, etc. For the promise "Russian is the second state language." Received .... see for yourself


            ... different presidents ... the result is almost the same.
            1. allexx83
              allexx83 11 February 2014 01: 28
              +1
              "... maybe something needs to be changed at the conservatory?"))))))))
              1. I am a Russian
                I am a Russian 14 February 2014 09: 33
                0
                Quote: allexx83
                "... maybe something needs to be changed at the conservatory?"))))))))


                but the Ukrainian will remain Ukrainian. Can return to the old and good ally?
        3. Old scoop
          Old scoop 10 February 2014 18: 38
          +5
          Do not make you laugh with your own "voted". Or do you believe in a referendum on the division of the Union? Yushchenko was starved to power, people just got bored with these elections. You also voted for Yeltsin, until he left Putin behind. It's just that you have smart people who came to power, and we have others.
          1. 31231
            31231 10 February 2014 19: 52
            +1
            It seems to me that you still made a mistake with Kui. We were led to the next opposition opposition song about corruption.
      2. smel
        smel 10 February 2014 09: 14
        +9
        This state of things suggests that the "Party of Regions" and specifically Yanukovych will be "saved" from a failure in the southeast by an intelligible political position
        In order not to tear the country apart, Yanukovych must take the educational program from Nazarbayev. Let me remind you that some troubled individuals in the Aral region wanted to break Kazakhstan. Then the troops entered and shot everyone who fell under the hot hand. And I don’t remember something, that Nazarbayev somewhere was on some list, that his assets were arrested or he wasn’t allowed to go to any country.
      3. Zordan
        Zordan 10 February 2014 09: 37
        +2
        Well, maybe it's time to break this unity ...
        An artificially assembled state without a single fastening rod, too unstable structure, and such a structure will constantly be in cognitive dissonance with itself.
        1. gladiatorakz
          gladiatorakz 10 February 2014 10: 53
          -1
          Quote: Zordan
          Well, maybe it's time to break this unity ... An artificially assembled state without a single fastening rod, too unstable structure, and such a structure will always be in cognitive dissonance with itself.

          Another grabber. In most cases, such gibberish language is used to make a fool of someone’s head and scientifically embellish, cover up their meanness. Consider any state, from Russia, the USA to Turkey and China. Their structure, national and religious diversity and periods of formation and transformation. And then you can pull yourself something.
        2. st.lt
          st.lt 10 February 2014 13: 42
          -1
          Are you talking about the Russian Federation? Where is your "fastening rod", why on the streets of your cities people from the Caucasus behave like occupiers?
          1. 31231
            31231 10 February 2014 19: 56
            +5
            why do people from the Caucasus behave like occupiers on the streets of your cities?


            Can I have an example? And then I didn’t see the Caucasians-invaders in Eburg and the visited cities of Russia. Yes, some have arrogance, but no more. Maybe you confuse the word occupier with the word noisy citizen?
            Or those raguli from Ragulvivshchyna that have now occupied the Maidan and do not want to leave less arrogant noisy Caucasians?
            1. vladek64
              vladek64 11 February 2014 01: 20
              0
              Quote: 31231
              And then I didn’t see Caucasians-invaders in Eburg

              But isn't Sagra 40 kilometers from Eburg?
              1. 31231
                31231 11 February 2014 08: 01
                0
                But isn't Sagra 40 kilometers from Eburg?

                And what is the occupation of Caucasians in Sagra? Or just a little drug under a Caucasian roof?
                Do you even understand what occupation is?
                So we have a lot more drug traffickers under the Russian and gypsy roof.
                1. vladek64
                  vladek64 11 February 2014 14: 48
                  0
                  Quote: 31231
                  And what is the occupation of Caucasians in Sagra?

                  Actually it was said:
                  Quote: st.lt
                  people from the Caucasus behave like occupiers

                  If a whole punitive detachment comes to pacify the disgruntled local residents, then it can be called "behaving like occupiers."
          2. smersh70
            smersh70 11 February 2014 01: 26
            0
            Quote: st.lt
            why on the streets of your cities come from the Caucasus behave like invaders?

            we are savages in your opinion, but we are allocating money for the brothers of Belarus (440 million dollars, now for Ukraine ---- "Azerbaijan is ready to allocate 1 billion dollars to Ukraine," MP Asim Mollazade, close to the ruling circles, said in an interview with Bloomberg. On the eve of haqqin.az, citing EUobserver, it reported that the United States and the European Union, including Azerbaijan, Japan and Norway, are creating an international donor group to provide financial assistance to Ukraine, sources from the environment of the High Commissioner for European Union Catherine Ashton confirmed.
            Financial support will be provided after the EU announces sanctions against Ukraine.
      4. dmitrich
        dmitrich 10 February 2014 10: 01
        +1
        Quote: domokl
        Early elections will mean a change in the state system of Ukraine. Alexei correctly noted-Elections will not just tear the country apart, they will tear apart the unity of the people. Moreover, it will no longer be possible to put everything together again.

        If there are early elections and Yanukovych wins, and he wins, this is the automatic start of a civil war.
        1. morpex
          morpex 10 February 2014 19: 45
          0
          Quote: Dmitry
          If there are early elections and Yanukovych wins, and he wins

          Without any doubt! However, the elections in Ukraine can hardly be called elections. This is most likely pornography. A parody of elections. There will never be garlic. Do you know what they say here? "Vote, do not vote, you will still get .. YE! laughing
          1. Kars
            Kars 10 February 2014 19: 50
            +1
            Quote: morpex
            then most likely pornography.

            What yes, especially after the third round in 2004
      5. Fin
        Fin 10 February 2014 10: 24
        +3
        Quote: domokl
        Aleksei correctly remarked: Elections will not just tear the country apart, they will tear apart the unity of the people. Moreover, it will be no longer possible to put everything together again.

        There is no unity there for a long time. BP has been incapacitated for over a year. OL will lose the elections will gain 25-30%, freedom, blow and fatherland everything else. Any laws dragged through BP. Yanyk does not nominate anyone for the leader of the PR, but the people do not believe in acting. Only the new gives hope for a change for the better. It’s better not to think about the presidential election, nothing shines for him there. The picture is gloomy.
        1. 31231
          31231 10 February 2014 19: 59
          +2
          Yanyk does not nominate anyone for the leader of the PR, but the people do not believe in acting.


          I agree too. Pr and Yanyka can quite save a solid and adequate receiver. And the information war with the media of the opposition, who like to amn water.
        2. loginovich
          loginovich 12 February 2014 23: 04
          0
          More than a year is a joke? How the last plant was privatized so continuous boycotts
      6. alex13-61
        alex13-61 10 February 2014 10: 49
        +3
        Quote: domokl
        they will tear the unity of the people.

        But is it, is it the unity itself?
        I only see the inability of the Ukrainian authorities to convince the Russian-speaking (Russian-cultural) population of the South-East and, especially, Crimea that Ukraine is our common homeland. But the desire to remake (destroy) this part of the population is rife. The same scandalous law on languages irritated Ukrainian patriots not because it carried the threat of "move", but because it interferes with the forced Ukrainization of the Russian-speaking population.
        1. Maverick78
          Maverick78 10 February 2014 23: 46
          +3
          You are politicizing the issue too much.
          I consider myself a Ukrainian patriot. I believe that EVERY citizen of Ukraine should know the state language (this is normal, especially since the difference between Russian and Ukrainian is not so big that it becomes a big problem) At the same time, the law on languages ​​does not annoy me. I myself am more Russian-speaking than Ukrainian-speaking. I even write statements at work in Russian and no one fired or killed me for this.
          The fact that there are anti-Russian forces in Ukraine is true. But these forces are not as numerous as it seems at first glance. But every year there are more and more of them, as the generation grows up that did not know the Union, but it has heard enough about the Bandera with the Shukhevychs and watches the very difficult relations between Russia and Ukraine. Moreover, all problems are presented at a certain angle. In the minds, especially among young people - a complete mess. Sometimes it comes to paradoxical cases. I have a person at work who wears the UPA badge on his clothes, and every May 9 he has a St. George ribbon in his classmates. You have the same situation with the submission of information.
          The problem is that there are practically no pro-Russian forces (as well as pro-Ukrainian) The very idea of ​​Ukrainian statehood does not contradict the so-called To the Russian world. You can act together and not live under the same roof. But over 23 years, relations between the two states, and, as a consequence of this, the two peoples thoroughly spoiled by separate groups of people. But a more or less organized force that would establish these relations was neither on yours nor ours.

          You can still write a lot, but my wife said that if I don’t come to bed in a couple of minutes, I’ll go to sleep on the Maidan)
          1. I am a Russian
            I am a Russian 12 February 2014 01: 25
            0
            Quote: Maverick78
            The fact that there are anti-Russian forces in Ukraine is true. But these forces are not as numerous as it seems at first glance.


            nevertheless, veterans of WWII are beaten with impunity.

            Quote: Maverick78
            In the minds, especially among young people - a complete mess.


            How youth was brought up - such is the result.

            Quote: Alekseev
            invite everyone to live on their own, and there it will be seen.


            Ukraine to "their"? ... m yes what Well this is a step "back" for a Ukrainian!?!
            Not ... a Ukrainian will not "go." All at once - this is an incentive for a Ukrainian
          2. Cristall
            Cristall 14 February 2014 12: 53
            0
            About the wife, you're not the only one))
            According to the comment, I agree, the way it is
      7. Alekseev
        Alekseev 10 February 2014 16: 52
        +2
        Quote: domokl
        Early elections will mean a change in the state system of Ukraine. Alexei correctly noted-Elections will not just tear the country apart, they will tear apart the unity of the people.

        Is it necessary to artificially maintain this unity?
        My, for example, relatives from Bessarabia and Kharkov, Odessa have nothing to do with political convictions with banderlogs.
        Another thing is that "divorce" should be civilized, based on historical, natural factors, and not on Bolshevik "voluntarism". This is difficult, probably not fast, but, apparently, it is necessary!
        Suppose for starters, in the form of a federation, with different budgets, social. payments, etc. Ie invite everyone to live on their own, and then it will be seen.
      8. Bismark
        Bismark 10 February 2014 23: 29
        +2
        Maybe I’ll say stupidity, but I will express my opinion. There will be no civil war in Ukraine.
        - Maidan and Maydanutye discredited themselves thanks to the Internet.
        - Residents of the western regions do not all support the Maidan. The link is below.
        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZAFJvOnCIEM
        -Thanks to the Internet and social networks, young people are changing their opinion about this Maidan, which is also important.
        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=StDa4dScTxk
        - The army and the Ministry of Internal Affairs are on the side of the ruling government.
        -The Trinity also discredited itself.
        -The revolution failed despite the fact that in Ukraine, almost all media are corrupt
        - The people do not believe the media
        Well, by the end, only one order is enough to disperse the whole Maidan and its sprouts in some regions at 1 o’clock and drive him to jail together with corrupt media, and there will be no civilian in the country.
        The police are still forbidden to take any military action against the protesters despite the fact that they have well-trained militants in front of them, and this move is already bearing fruit. Since the population no longer supports the protesters.
    2. Arhj
      Arhj 10 February 2014 09: 04
      +2
      Quote: bomg.77
      Early elections are unnecessary - this means recognition of the correctness of the Maidan!

      They are not only unnecessary, they are useless. Despite the low rating of the Party of Regions, the opposition looks at least no better and is unlikely to be able to at least repeat the previous result. The Banderlog will not recognize any election result, except for their victory, and Yanukovych already has a majority in the Rada. "And if there is no difference - why pay more"
      1. Egoza
        Egoza 10 February 2014 10: 34
        +2
        Quote: Arhj
        and Yanukovych already has a majority in the Rada. "And if there is no difference - why pay more"

        How to say! Most - only if the Communists support, but non-factional, which are normal. After all, many have fled. Well, at least Judas was revealed in their ranks. Therefore, there is a chance that in the new elections they will recruit those who remained faithful - in Kharkov, Lugansk, Crimea, etc.
    3. AVV
      AVV 10 February 2014 15: 15
      +1
      Quote: bomg.77
      Early elections are unnecessary - this means recognition of the correctness of the Maidan!

      The President doesn’t need to test his fate, otherwise he won’t even have time to come to his senses, how he will sit in Yulia’s place !!! And the people should not be considered ignoramuses, if they promised that to receive the chair of the head of state, then keep your word !! !
    4. Su24
      Su24 12 February 2014 03: 48
      0
      It is high time to reunite with Ukraine. The longer the current situation, the greater the suffering of our peoples.
  2. Denis
    Denis 10 February 2014 08: 14
    +22
    Ha Ha, right to the point.
    1. hfgbwf1234
      hfgbwf1234 10 February 2014 09: 01
      +1
      well done, sucked
      1. dmitrich
        dmitrich 10 February 2014 10: 06
        0
        Quote: hfgbwf1234
        well done, sucked

        He is a Jew and Africa a Jew.
      2. olviko
        olviko 10 February 2014 14: 08
        +3
        "well done, sucked"

        Yatsenyuk's situation is difficult. He cannot hope for the help of Klitschko and Tyagnibok, because after the Americans made a bet on him, the whole trinity fell apart, turning into tough competitors in the struggle for power. In addition, interested persons can raise the issue of the so-called "Jewish conspiracy", because both Yatsenyuk and his protege Nuland have Jewish roots.
        Bortanutny amer Klitschko is generally out of work, they used him and drove him out into the street, even fawning before McCain did not help. Now he only had the role of a ringleader on the Maidan. Tyagnibok was completely lowered by his American friends, for them he is a Nazi and a fascist. The power pressure on the Maidan did not bring the expected result, so the rioters and thugs are now being withdrawn from the game. Tyagnibok might have sent the West to hell, but he doesn’t have money, apparently he will have to bow to the West anyway. In general, all three of them became very dirty during the clashes on Grushevsky Street, in my opinion, their election prospects are not very good.
    2. dmitrich
      dmitrich 10 February 2014 10: 05
      0
      Quote: Denis
      Ha Ha, right to the point.

      all right, you can’t feed the little three tits.
    3. 31231
      31231 10 February 2014 20: 01
      +1
      Something this Pokemon body is too young for photo-extremities. In vain.
  3. FC SKIF
    FC SKIF 10 February 2014 08: 20
    +4
    The election will now tear Ukraine: the South-East will not recognize banderlogs, and the West will not accept either the Communists or the Ukrainian front.
    1. domokl
      domokl 10 February 2014 08: 36
      +4
      Quote: FC Skif
      Elections will tear Ukraine now

      Sorry Maxim. I wrote my comment in the first thread without reading this ... I completely agree with the opinion. Neither the east, nor the west, nor the Crimea will accept the election results. Any results.
      now you need to calmly pass laws on the reorganization of the country. The Federation is possible for now ... but if you stretch a little more, then this opportunity will be lost. There will be at least a confederation ...
      In short, the time plays for the complete disintegration of the country according to the Yugoslav version. With blood, with refugees, etc.
      1. IRBIS
        IRBIS 10 February 2014 13: 27
        0
        Quote: domokl
        In short, the time plays for the complete disintegration of the country according to the Yugoslav version. With blood, with refugees, etc.

        Namely, this option was included in all the protests in Ukraine from the very beginning. The directors are all known, the script has been run in, only the place of action and the main "characters" have been changed. Half of the people got mad with tales of "European good" and tales of a fast, well-fed and happy life. There are not so many options for getting out of the situation created by someone. In my opinion, even the option has already been chosen, everyone is simply "playing out" their roles, which is proved by the intercepted conversation of American diplomats. And this, to our regret, is a cruel reality ...
  4. dimarm74
    dimarm74 10 February 2014 08: 21
    +2
    anything can be expected from Yanukovych ... remember how he behaved in 2004?
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    2. builder
      builder 10 February 2014 08: 35
      +1
      Early elections are Yanukovych’s last nonsense (I honestly won’t be surprised)
      1. dmitrich
        dmitrich 10 February 2014 10: 08
        0
        Quote: stroitel
        Early elections are Yanukovych’s last nonsense (I honestly won’t be surprised)

        maybe Yanukovych is right, he has no equal yet.
        1. Egoza
          Egoza 10 February 2014 10: 41
          +1
          Quote: Dmitry
          maybe Yanukovych is right, he has no equal yet.

          Alas and ah! You will laugh, but many look at Klitschko with hope. And the arguments ... "He knows three languages" (this is me, as a teacher, generally "kills." The level of his knowledge of foreign languages ​​- even "3" put only with a big stretch) "The famous boxer! But Reagan was an actor and became the president of the United States. " Those. Klitschko is acceptable for those who do not want Tyagnibok and Yatsenyuk. And, although according to the Constitution and the Tax Law, Klitschko cannot participate in elections, as he has not lived in Ukraine for the last 10 years, due to current circumstances, he may well be pushed into the elections.
          The only hope is that a new leader will appear either from the PR or from the Communists.
          1. Nekarmadlen
            Nekarmadlen 11 February 2014 10: 39
            +1
            Hitler also received citizenship on the eve of the election.
  5. saag
    saag 10 February 2014 08: 23
    +2
    Yeah, the elections, the west just recognizes its protege, and Yanukovych gives in and all
    1. domokl
      domokl 10 February 2014 08: 38
      +3
      Today it doesn’t matter who the West recognizes. The main thing is that the whole nation does not recognize ... Any result will cause confusion.
    2. optimist
      optimist 10 February 2014 09: 06
      +3
      Quote: saag
      Yeah, the elections, the west just recognizes its protege, and Yanukovych gives in and all

      Quite a sensible idea. Guessing, of course, is a thankless task, but it seems that the West and Russia have already "merged" the Yaneca. He obos @ alsya in full, podmahivaya everyone. And for him personally it would be better to "jump off" with the stolen now than to disentangle the Maidan and the situation in Ukraine. Let's not forget that the West has pumped a lot of dough into the Maidan, and these kids are used to counting every cent. So the elections are quite a likely option. And the puppeteers don't care deeply about the opinion of the Ukrainian "plebs" ...
  6. Vitaly Anisimov
    Vitaly Anisimov 10 February 2014 08: 28
    +3
    Now there is a war of incriminating evidence ..! That's interesting Maidan shout Yanukovych -vor and where are the facts ..?
    1. builder
      builder 10 February 2014 08: 32
      +2
      This public does not need facts, the main thing is to shout louder ...
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    3. AnaBat
      AnaBat 10 February 2014 09: 13
      +4
      Provocations, lies and deceit - these are their facts. Everything is built on this! And the fact that Yanuk was not far-sighted and turned against the government a large part of the population is a fact!
      1. alone
        alone 10 February 2014 20: 09
        0
        The fact is the son of a billionaire oligarch, who owes all his fortune to his father’s presidency. By the way, he became a billionaire oligarch in 6 months. Do you think this is possible by honest means and my father has nothing to do with it? No.
    4. dmitrich
      dmitrich 10 February 2014 10: 11
      +1
      Quote: MIKHAN
      Now there is a war of incriminating evidence ..! That's interesting Maidan shout Yanukovych -vor and where are the facts ..?

      like a rooster, just to crow, and the sun will rise or not is not his business.
  7. ZU-23
    ZU-23 10 February 2014 08: 37
    +3
    Russia for Yanukovych, from here really without options laughing. I still like Tsarev as a politician, he is a balanced man, well, it seems green to me, but at the expense of the opposition there can be no question, all of them are dear to Yulichka.
  8. click80
    click80 10 February 2014 08: 39
    +3
    Well, let's say that early elections decide to hold? who will fight for the presidency? Klitschko who had all the brains in the ring, or the Nazi Tyagnibok, or the spineless political corpse of Yanukovych? It is good if someone comes up with someone who has a sober, uncomplicated look and a clear vision of where Ukraine should go. And so far there is no choice.
    Thus, I think the elections will not make sense, because in any case, the Ukrainian people will lose in all cases except the last, unfortunately unlikely option.
  9. makarov
    makarov 10 February 2014 08: 44
    +7
    “It is clear that“ fractions of a percent ”will vote for the orange-brown in Crimea (within the statistical error), but Lviv, Ivano-Frankivsk, Ternopil, Khmelnytsky and other western regions will clearly support the mentioned political forces. In the 2012 elections“ Freedom "More than 38% of voters supported in Lviv region!"

    A very large percentage of the South-East will vote against Yanukovych (or rather, against his regime and "family"), but "for whom" remains a mystery.
    Essentially Butt 2 is needed, but such alas are rare.
    1. Vladimir 70
      Vladimir 70 10 February 2014 09: 39
      +4
      You are right, Yanukovych will lose the election anyway. He is now only interested in guarantees of personal integrity. But who will give them to him? Even if the "Europeople" promise, they will still be deceived and he understands it.
      1. 31231
        31231 10 February 2014 20: 06
        -2
        You are right, Yanukovych will lose the election anyway.

        First of all, most likely you will lose the election. And Yanukovych will retire.
  10. rosomir
    rosomir 10 February 2014 09: 11
    +1
    It's a shame that modern Russian politics is directed against the Ukrainians. Such nonsense except for the delirium of an inflamed brain cannot be called otherwise. The propaganda that the Russian government launched against Ukraine resembles Goebbels’s propaganda before the capture of the Sudetenland. In general, I am very sorry that many Russians allow themselves to poison their brains with such poison, which clearly does not help strengthen relations.
    1. makarov
      makarov 10 February 2014 09: 25
      -6
      "In general, I am very sorry that many Russians allow themselves to be poisoned with such a poison, which clearly does not contribute to strengthening relations."

      So after all, these not only poison their brain, they also try to spread it among others. Take for example the site curator under the nickname 31231, so-called. "I am gray"? His hatred for everything Ukrainian is already spilling out directly from the monitor, and he does all this in a geebish-Jesuit manner, with a corresponding lie, rotten, and provocative. am
      1. Egoza
        Egoza 10 February 2014 10: 50
        +5
        Quote: makarov
        Take, for example, the KGB curator of the site under the nickname 31231, the so-called. "grayish"? His hatred for everything Ukrainian is already spilling out directly from the monitor, and he does all this in a gebic-Jesuit manner, with a corresponding lie, rotten, and provocative. am

        Makarov! Minus you - mine. As for the "Jesuit" statements, it is enough to listen to the "priests" of the Kiev Patriarchate and the Uniates, which are heard on the Maidan. And no additional dusting of the brain is needed!

        By the way, you were personally asked many times the question "Who do you see as the president of Ukraine?" There was no answer. Or am I missing something?
        1. makarov
          makarov 10 February 2014 11: 00
          -2
          Minus, SW Elena, also an estimate. Only this makes me neither cold nor hot.
          And who do I see? Of course you missed, but I will answer you - it’s yourself laughing love
          1. Egoza
            Egoza 10 February 2014 11: 53
            +2
            Quote: makarov
            And who do I see? Of course you missed, but I will answer you - it’s yourself

            Forward! State your program and we will support you together !!! fellow
            Or maybe not! wink
      2. 31231
        31231 10 February 2014 20: 18
        0
        So after all, these some not only poison their brain, they also try to spread it among others. Take, for example, the KGB curator of the site under the nickname 31231, the so-called. "grayish"?

        Eh, Makarov, Makarov. An adult, and behave like a touchy child.
        I have never been against Ukraine. I was against Svidomo, which constantly blames Russia for its troubles.
        I treat a Ukrainian like a brother, but I treat it like a stew to someone who blames someone for his troubles. Russia or Yanyk there is no difference. You changed the kings, while your main reason for the change was "Got stolen!" At the same time, you drew evidence of this "theft" from non-profit opposition media. You sincerely believe someone who is against the government, even if he hangs on your ears, but you do not believe your power.
        Yes, at times I do not see any other way out in Ukraine, how to split in half. Because the West and Kiev of Ukraine are no longer sane. Volodin Alexey gave the results of the elections for Freedom. The Nazis increased their voices 30 times in less than 10 years. So they will soon run the whole country. So I think, "Maybe it's easier to save at least part of the country from the Nazi plague?"
        1. makarov
          makarov 11 February 2014 04: 28
          0
          Of course. I would like to contrast the MASS OF TRUE facts, but I will not do this for a simple reason: - you still won’t understand !!!!!
    2. bistrov.
      bistrov. 10 February 2014 11: 54
      +8
      Quote: rosomir
      It's a shame that modern Russian politics is directed against the Ukrainians.

      Do you know this saying: - "what kind of hi, such an answer?" to develop and modernize it, the Ukrainian nationalist communists began to recklessly rob it, mainly to themselves and their people, to steal Russian gas, then reselling it to the West as Ukrainian, Russophobia, violent ukroinization, violation of the rights of Russian-speaking citizens, praise of the OUN prevailed in domestic politics -upa, Russia was accused of all mortal sins, up to the genocide of Ukrainians and the colonization of Ukraine, at the same time it showed admiration for the West, right up to the presence of the American ambassador at the graduation of officers of the SBU special school, tried in every way to join NATO, although they did not accept it realizing that this would cause a response from Russia, she constantly arranged provocations with the Russian PMF, at the Yavoriv training ground she was present up to the atalion of the NATO Consolidated Forces, where they conduct joint exercises, etc. Contemporary Russian policy is directed not against Ukrainians, but against the nationalist state of Ukraine, it’s time for you to understand this. And what other reaction did you expect from Russia in response to all the actions of Ukraine? Nevertheless, Russia is sympathetic to the plight of the common people of Ukraine, has reduced the price of gas, has helped and helped earlier with loans that supported the economy.
      1. lestad
        lestad 10 February 2014 19: 14
        +1
        In all rights! Definitely +
  11. ia-ai00
    ia-ai00 10 February 2014 09: 22
    -1
    [b] domokl (2) RU Today it doesn’t matter who the West recognizes ...

    Of course, it doesn't matter who the West recognizes, because it looks like the "people" of Ukraine (though I don't know who these people are) 100 thousand people signed a petition to OBama asking for help in eliminating radicals in Ukraine, OBama promised to consider. So it looks like it won't be the people who will ultimately decide, but the United States.
    If this is true (petition), then how are they, well, in any case, those 100 thousand who do not identify with the opposition, hate Russia ...
  12. ed65b
    ed65b 10 February 2014 09: 30
    +3
    I’m afraid that Yanuk’s distinct political position will immediately change if he wins. This ferret must be changed to the new leader of the pro-Russian forces.
  13. valodavoodoo
    valodavoodoo 10 February 2014 09: 40
    +4
    Yanuka needs to quit the Party of Regions, the Party of Regions to clean their ranks, write a program aimed at rapprochement with Russia, and after that you can hold early elections, then the people of the East will go to the polls otherwise the East will not come to the polls and the West will vote 100% for the nationalists and again there will be a brawler in parliament in Ukraine
  14. zak-32
    zak-32 10 February 2014 09: 52
    +2
    Do not forget about such hemorrhoids as the Crimean Tatars.
  15. saag
    saag 10 February 2014 09: 52
    0
    Quote: click80
    Well, let's say that early elections decide to hold? who will fight for the presidency? Klitschko who has all the brains in the ring

    You guessed it, it’s him, or rather he will be moved there, Yatsenyuk in the premieres, Tyagnibok in the shade, but this is so, then they’ll release Tymoshenko, otherwise it will not be good, but when Julia comes out, all this solitaire can mix, in any case there will be a turmoil there will be a request to "the support group that hangs out in the Black Sea to" protect democratic values ​​"
  16. Mviktor
    Mviktor 10 February 2014 10: 23
    +3
    Russia for Yanukovych, from here really without options


    Russia is not for Yanukovych this corrupt scum and we don’t like it, but you can’t throw brotherly Ukrainian people in trouble
  17. Stinger
    Stinger 10 February 2014 10: 25
    +3
    In Egypt, they are choosing the third year. The initiators of early elections always hold a bosom surprise. It seems that the groom who asked before the wedding to paint manhood in green. To the question why he answered: On the wedding night, the bride will ask: - Why is it green? And I took her by the throat: - And where did you see a different color?
  18. Gray 43
    Gray 43 10 February 2014 10: 31
    +2
    Elections now are not an option, first you need to disperse the Nazis and their colleagues from Kiev, restore control of the country, otherwise Westerners are waiting for a handout and will not let others live and work normally and will not accept the election results that they will not like
  19. parus2nik
    parus2nik 10 February 2014 10: 42
    +1
    But what if Ukraine still has early elections? One horseradish Maidan will be, whoever won ..
  20. Gecko
    Gecko 10 February 2014 10: 43
    +1
    Ukraine like a push-pull, at first the orange (Westerners) poked around, then the PR (Easterners), then I feel again, judging by the latest events of the Westerners, and so on. Ukraine will not have without federalization a direct purposeful path with a focus on development.
    1. Egoza
      Egoza 10 February 2014 11: 07
      +3
      Quote: gecko
      Ukraine will not have without federalization a direct purposeful path with a focus on development.

      ++++ !!!! It is federalization that will help seemingly to save the whole country and calm the population. Here, in spite of the fierce indignation of Western Ukraine, the East, Southeast will be able to confidently send them both to ... and to ... along with the opinion of Europe. And act on your own.
  21. Vitaly Anisimov
    Vitaly Anisimov 10 February 2014 10: 57
    +1
    The situation in Ukraine for 20 years of "independence" can be described as "And we can only dream of eternal Maidan peace .." am
  22. VadimSt
    VadimSt 10 February 2014 11: 01
    +3
    And what if Ukraine still has early elections?

    The Yanukovych family will have to pack their bags and seek political asylum. But who will give? Alas, he, alas, did not prepare his retreat to the countries of the Customs Union!
  23. gladiatorakz
    gladiatorakz 10 February 2014 11: 01
    0
    There will be no election. They are not logical. 1. The president’s company has already begun. Those. early elections may be a couple of months earlier than scheduled. 2. All the talk about the elections is an attempt to set unacceptable conditions, to corner, aggravate the situation. 3. The opposition (if you can call these people that way) will fly by and again Maidan. Will win - repression, Nazism, the collapse of the economy. High probability of civil war.
  24. parus2nik
    parus2nik 10 February 2014 11: 25
    +2
    Quote: VadimSt
    And what if Ukraine still has early elections?

    The Yanukovych family will have to pack their bags and seek political asylum. But who will give? Alas, he, alas, did not prepare his retreat to the countries of the Customs Union!

    Ali will leave for Austria to Switzerland .. he will find .. It seems that all opposing politicians have a place in a cozy corner ..
  25. konvalval
    konvalval 10 February 2014 11: 41
    +2
    Elections in such bedlam are dubious. Falsification is inevitable. The USA and Europe will provide "independent" observers. So the outcome is known. And then what the West needs will happen: chaos near the Russian border.
  26. Egoza
    Egoza 10 February 2014 11: 56
    +2
    "The federalization itself is 10-15 years, because the issue is phased. First, you need to transfer powers, money, then determine the territory, make a small experiment. In 3-4 years, you can take the first step," said the deputy. Kolesnichenko also noted that he is a supporter of the federalization of Ukraine. “We must decentralize budgets, decentralize powers and give them to the localities. We must provide social and political lifts for new regional political elites, so that power is as close as possible to the population, and thus, we eliminate the main corruption components that are associated with the fact that all the money is in Kiev. And, finally, most importantly, we will lower the value of the presidential powers or the powers of a deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. There will be no point in shedding blood, because most of the power and money will be on the ground, "said Kolesnichenko. Let us note that the Communist Party of Ukraine faction in the parliament initiates the raising of the issue of federalization of Ukraine in the Rada and sees this as a way out of the current political crisis.
    Source: http://polemika.com.ua/news-138110.html
    XXXX
    I think Kolesnichenko is very careful in predicting the timing. If federalization takes place, it will proceed at an unprecedented pace! In a couple of years - we can do it. But, of course, 2014-2015 will still be very "exciting and hot"
    1. Black
      Black 10 February 2014 12: 17
      +2
      Quote: Egoza
      If federalization passes, then it will go at an unprecedented pace!

      Elena, do you admit the possibility of such a development?
      1. Egoza
        Egoza 10 February 2014 13: 05
        +2
        Quote: Chen
        Do you admit the possibility of such a development?

        I admit it. And sometime in the spring, something serious will happen in terms of a referendum. Elections are unlikely. There is no time for preparation and no money to conduct. A referendum will be much cheaper. In February, this idiot will end with the Maidan - and "the soul will rush to heaven." I also hope that unrest has begun within the EU, too, and that the "owners" will simply order everything to close. They have been curtailed, but in the parliament they will have to push through this decision on the referendum, especially since the CPU has collected over 3 million signatures.
        Yanukovych will not leave. Reach, and there it will be seen.
        1. Black
          Black 10 February 2014 13: 19
          +1
          Thank you.
          I think federalization is beneficial to the southeastern outskirts.
          It is not beneficial to the rampant West, it is not beneficial to the center, it is not beneficial to the independent oligarchs, it is not beneficial to the West ....
          Will they allow it?
          1. Egoza
            Egoza 10 February 2014 15: 43
            +4
            Quote: Chen
            I think federalization is beneficial to the southeastern outskirts.

            The 96th anniversary of the founding of the Donetsk-Kryvyi Rih Republic was celebrated in Donetsk with a loud rally. About 50 activists representing various political parties and public organizations gathered at the monument to Artyom, who was, in fact, the founder and commissar of the national economy of the Donetsk-Kryvyi Rih Republic. A rally was held at the foot of the monument, at which the townspeople called on the city and regional authorities to return to the issue of re-creating the DKR (or Little Russia). In their hands they held posters: "No - Eurocolonization", "Galician fascists have no place in Donbass", "Eternal damnations of peoples to the OUN-UPA executioners", "Donetsk-Kryvyi Rih Republic - the territory of the Russian Federation", "For the truth! For the Russian land ! For the Orthodox faith! " According to the speakers, the time for federalization has already come, and therefore "delay is like death." Also, activists of the rally angrily condemned the actions of the Ukrainian authorities, which, in their opinion, “are following the West.” During the rally, everyone was handed out passports of citizens of the Donetsk Republic.
            Source: http://polemika.com.ua/news-138129.html
            In fact, the people are ready !!!! And don't be confused - 50 activists. These are representatives of DIFFERENT ORGANIZATIONS! It's just that they don't juggle the "tsifir" and they don't record all those who came up to listen-to-see-support in the "mayda"
          2. 31231
            31231 10 February 2014 20: 35
            0
            It is not beneficial to the rampant West, it is not beneficial to the center, it is not beneficial to the independent oligarchs, it is not beneficial to the West ....
            Will they allow it?

            Something seems to me, in the current situation, much will be decided in Russia. In the Kremlin.
            And he seems to have already started an info war. Here and the chatter of Nuland opened. And on Yaytsenyuha with Fang and Tyagnybok accumulate material and serve as it should.
  27. Black
    Black 10 February 2014 12: 01
    +1
    Yes, there will be no elections. Pahans sit down (oligarchs are independent) YES AGREE. Janka will have to give up something. And business.
    Another thing is the next election.
    Will come up with a new "blah blah blah", there will be a new president. Ukraine will not only be "new".
  28. Platov
    Platov 10 February 2014 12: 03
    -3
    The habit of living for free in the blood of ukrov, and over the past 20 years has become even stronger. Elections will not help here, the best thing is to peacefully disperse under the wise leadership of Merkel and Putin. The territory will be preserved and they themselves will be intact. The Americans will drown everything in blood and tear everything to pieces, even such a "peaceful" Estonia will get a piece, not to mention Poland and Hungary. And Romania will just tear off a shred.
    1. Black
      Black 10 February 2014 13: 23
      +1
      Quote: PLATOV
      live on a freebie ukrov in the blood


      Are you OK? Can help what you need?
      There are no "ukrov" in the world, so do not call dashingly while it is quiet.
      In addition, when did they live in (in) Ukraine at someone else's expense?
  29. Kuvabatake
    Kuvabatake 10 February 2014 12: 12
    0
    SchA sawed loot and everything will calm down.
  30. oscar
    oscar 10 February 2014 12: 24
    0
    Using frankly Nazi rhetoric, it broadcasts about the "exclusivity" of Ukraine and Ukrainians.

    In my opinion the most losing card ...
  31. paul72
    paul72 10 February 2014 14: 06
    +1
    In addition, when it was in (in) Ukraine lived at someone else’s expense? [/ Quote]

    last 20 years
  32. Major_Vortex
    Major_Vortex 10 February 2014 14: 29
    +3
    "Maidan" self-defense units will begin patrolling all areas of Kiev in order to prevent pressure from the authorities on opposition activists
    1. Egoza
      Egoza 10 February 2014 15: 45
      +2
      Quote: Mayor_Vikhr
      "Self-defense units" of the Maidan

      The police detained four participants of the Euromaidan, who tried to arrange lynching of a man near the river. Dnieper on the street Naberezhno-Lugovoi. This is stated in the press service of the main department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Kiev. "They turned out to be a 36-year-old resident of the Ternopil region, a 33-year-old native of the Vinnitsa region, a 45-year-old resident of the Kiev region and a 30-year-old visitor from the Luhansk region. All of them are among the active protesters in the central part of Kiev," the message says.
      Source: http://polemika.com.ua/news-138144.html
      1. Major_Vortex
        Major_Vortex 10 February 2014 16: 11
        +3
        THE MIA DECLARES THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE CRIMINOGENIC SITUATION IN THE CENTER OF KIEV

        The criminal situation in the area of ​​mass protests in the center of Kiev has deteriorated significantly.

        According to Kommersant-Ukraine, this is stated in the MVS.

        According to police, at least 14 people were injured in the actions of groups of masked and camouflaged unknowns over the past week, with 12 of them beaten, one stabbed and one injured from a traumatic weapon. Two of them were robbed.

        Thus, the Ministry of Internal Affairs claims that on the evening of February 6, when two unknown persons attacked a resident of Kiev born in 1991 near the Khreshchatyk metro station. They twisted his arms behind his back and brought him to the building of the Kiev City State Administration (KSCA), where they beat him, took away his passport, bank card and 500 UAH, and then took him out of the building.

        However, as soon as the young man was on the street, about ten masked men attacked him and also beat him. In addition, two attacks on restaurants and one on a computer club were recorded last week.

        According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs, most of the incidents occurred on Independence Square, Khreshchatyk Street and in the building of the Kyiv City State Administration. In incidents outside the specified territory, the crimes were committed by persons "externally equipped as Maidan self-defense activists."

        “We have reasonable suspicions that all these illegal actions are committed by members of the so-called self-defense,” said a police source. “It should be borne in mind that among these people there are enough radical elements who believe that they can do anything, as well as previously convicted.”
  33. chunga-changa
    chunga-changa 10 February 2014 15: 25
    +5
    There is a repeatedly tested recipe. At one time, Poland was divided between normal neighbors, and more than once, and each time it became only better and calmer. Then England spent a lot of effort and money on the reconstruction of Poland, and immediately the mess began, until the next section. It's time to share and this is a miracle on the Dnieper. Ukro-Poles - Poland, let them deal with them themselves. Ukro-Russians - Russia. Between them is a buffer for especially stubborn ukrov which no one decree. These themselves will find entertainment.
  34. muhomor
    muhomor 10 February 2014 15: 53
    +2
    I think the peak of the confrontation has already been passed. All this Maidan comedy is conceived and implemented by the oligarchs. The goal is the redistribution of spheres of influence. The people are assigned the role of an extras and, if necessary, a ram. No one will tear up the source of income. So you just have to negotiate. Or use an administrative resource (Golden Eagle). And yet. We forgot that the Russian oligarchy has its own interest. And which! I expect a gradual attenuation of protest events, a redistribution of spheres of influence, and we will come from where we started.
    1. 31231
      31231 10 February 2014 20: 43
      +1
      I think the peak of the confrontation has already been passed. All this Maidan comedy is conceived and implemented by the oligarchs. The goal is the redistribution of spheres of influence. The people are assigned the role of an extras and, if necessary, a ram. No one will tear up the source of income. So you just have to negotiate. Or apply an administrative resource (Golden Eagle).

      Read the article carefully. The confrontation in Ukraine not only does not subside, but also grows.
      Nazi Liberty had in 2007 - 0,25% of the vote and 10,4% in the 2012 elections. Does this say anything to you?
  35. siberalt
    siberalt 10 February 2014 17: 06
    +3
    bomg.77:
    "No need for early elections, this means recognition of the correctness of Maidan."

    Early elections are not needed only to Yanuk (dangerous to life and freedom). If the Maidan demanded peace to Ukraine, then no one needs the World, just because it is like from the Maidan?
    The question of which there is no one to choose from is an empty political chatter for those you love. In Ukraine, quite quite sane governors. Not all the crooks. Let Ukraine itself decide.
  36. Boris63
    Boris63 10 February 2014 18: 01
    +2
    No elections will lead to anything now. If the oppas win, the east and south will rise, if someone from the PR (not necessarily Janek) will have an endless maidan. Nobody wants to give in to anyone. And what Janek offered oppam. they turned it down safely. Janek, however, has nowhere to "retreat".
  37. Sergey Sitnikov
    Sergey Sitnikov 10 February 2014 19: 17
    0
    I’m annoyed by the situation around Ukraine in terms of cynicism from the USA, the EEC, the Russian Federation, Israel and the rest, like Krylov’s pancake — everyone pulls a blanket over himself, the USA — rats, EEC — mice, UN — amoeba, Putin because of games like a mouth captured (((, people (50mln) are pushing for a civil war, and this is in the 21st century, and what did the Ukrainian people forget about 1918-1924? How much blood was shed in Ukraine and Russia ...
    But the Western Nulando-McCain-Obameras, in general, lost a sense of proportion (((, and the brow from the opposition - how will they look into their children’s eyes if Ukraine is equalized with Bulgaria or Bosnia?
    Tired of watching it all
    1. 31231
      31231 10 February 2014 20: 51
      +1
      I’m annoyed by the situation around Ukraine in terms of cynicism from the United States, the EEC, the Russian Federation, Israel and the rest, like Krylov’s pancake - everyone pulls a blanket over himself, the USA - rats, EEC - mice, UN - amoeba, Putin because of games like a mouth zapenil

      Even the Russian Federation with cynicism ?! That is, the Russian Federation gave a loan to Ukraine, reduced gas prices to avoid default. And is that cynicism? Bgg. You went hungover to a neighbor and took money from him on the bottle. That is, he, such a cynical bastard, was supposed to give just like that?
      Can sponsoring riots on the Maidan is cynicism? Because it destroys the order in the state.
      And the funniest thing, why did Israel drag here? Where is Israel and where is Ukraine? Israel has enough problems in the form of Arabs.
  38. Oleksandr
    Oleksandr 10 February 2014 22: 06
    0
    It can shoot officials on the fact of revealed violations: non-compliance with laws or adoption of laws that do not apply to certain categories of the population, non-fulfillment of these promises for the president and people's deputies, non-payment of taxes and concealment of assets abroad, not targeted spending of budget funds, but you never know.

    You look: there will be enough for retirement, "fascism" with "Nazism" will lose ground underfoot, respect for law enforcement agencies and the administrative apparatus will appear.
  39. garik77
    garik77 11 February 2014 01: 00
    0
    Apparently, Yanukovych is not going to give up yet ..
  40. tank64rus
    tank64rus 11 February 2014 16: 28
    +1
    If the Old Man like Lukashenko does not appear in Ukraine, Ukraine's divorce is inevitable. In the end, economics determines everything. Despite the collapse of the USSR, our economy remained interconnected, especially the East and South-East and Crimea. Now, when joining the CU, Putin proposed multibillion-dollar projects not only for the restoration but also for the further development of industry, and so far, in order to prevent the collapse of Ukraine, a loan has been allocated against the obligations of Prime Minister Azarov. But this infuriated the States and Geyropa and the FAS command was given. The orgy of the Maydanuts began in Ukraine itself, as well as a financial attack on the Russian ruble exchange rate, and the "fifth column" became more active in Russia itself. The West is ready to do anything just to prevent the unification of economies. And then again the Kharkovites, together with the Urals, will undermine the world tank building for themselves, the Nikolaev shipbuilders will receive an order for the construction of aircraft carriers, and rocketry, aircraft construction, energy joint development of the Russian Arctic, etc. And what about the fate of Greece or the former republics of Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, etc. .d. maybe even worse. The moment of truth is coming for the Ukrainian people.
  41. Power
    Power 11 February 2014 19: 28
    0
    No to Zionism - Wahhabism - Fascism!
  42. kadet54
    kadet54 12 February 2014 00: 32
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    Elections, elections ... And to choose from whom ?! There is no normal candidate whom the majority would trust.
  43. Cristall
    Cristall 14 February 2014 20: 25
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    elections elections candidates ... by the way, this song often plays even in radio commercials.
    Who needs early elections if the elections themselves in a year? Is it urgent? The course change is obvious, but it's all expensive all these choices ....
    we are, in my opinion, the most democratic country in the world .... the standard of democracy is her mother’s leg ...