December 11, 2013

Could Vitali Klitschko Lead Ukraine?

Gordon Marino, New York Times

The Associated Press

Although he has shown the ability to walk the line between protesters and the police, Mr. Klitschko is taking a tough line with the government. He and other opposition leaders have called on Mr. Yanukovich to resign and make way for early elections. They are also demanding the immediate release of all political prisoners and protesters, and the prosecution of government forces who used violence against peaceful demonstrators.

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