Ukraine Votes
Ukrainians Speak Up, But Can They Act?
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  • DATELINE 5 Nov Washington DC: America’s elections have confirmed the country’s desire to alter course back to Constitutional government. But the road ahead is long and difficult, with oligarchs whose interests don’t include transparency and accountability still holding overwhelming power in the country.

  • Behind_You1

    Cue the Web Brigades with copy-pasted propaganda news from RT and RIA Novostia, sixty-year old Russian-language World War II footage, knee-jerk accusations of “Russophobia” in response to criticism of Russian policy, and English-language articles from places like InfoWars they clearly didn’t read or understand in 3, 2…

  • Sibir_RUS

    Russia is not a party to the conflict in Ukraine.
    The followers of Stepan Bandera was not likely to come to power democratically.
    They used the scenario of a bloody coup with the support of the West. The occasion was the decision of the President Yanukovich to postpone the signing agreement of a free trade area with the EU. This agreement did not meet the national interests of Ukraine. After the unconstitutional coup, towards dissent sounded the threats, was attempts to ban Russian language, murders and cruelty. In these conditions Eastern regions of Ukraine took up arms to protect children, honor and dignity. Crimeans who disagree with the coming to power in Kiev neo-Nazis, held a referendum and joined Russia. Russia became the main initiator of the peace talks of the conflicting parties.

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