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Our Ukraine to exclude those members of faction who voted for the ratification of Black Sea Fleet treaty

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May 15, 2010, 2:43 p.m. | Politics — by Ukrainian News
The Our Ukraine - People's Self-Defense bloc faction is collecting signatures for expulsion from the faction of those members of parliament who backed ratification of an treaty extending stationing of the Russian Black Sea fleet on the territory of Ukraine until 2042, MP Parubii of the OU-PSD said to 5 Channel on May 14. "I guess today we have only one problem: those seven Our Ukraine MPs who voted for ratification of the Kharkiv agreements. And I am one of those who instigated the collection of signatures in the faction to expel these lawmakers from it," he said.

Parubii says that despite the recent amendments to the parliamentary regulations, which allow expelled MPs to form a separate faction, in his view it is necessary to cry down in public those people who supported the treaty contrary to the national interests.

The lawmaker marks, in spite of all controversies within the OU-PSD less people leave it for the coalition than the Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc faction, and also he is convinced that namely his faction can become the core of counteracting the current authorities.

The following OU-PSD legislators voted for extending presence of the Russian Black Sea fleet: Yurii But, Stanislav Dovhyi, Davyd Zhvania, Volodymyr Poliachenko, Serhii Vasylenko, Oleksandr Omelchenko and Ihor Palitsa.

As Ukrainian News earlier reported, MP Oles Donii of the OU-PSD called upon the faction to expel the lawmakers who joined the coalition or voted for ratification of the treaty prolonging stay of the Russian Black Sea fleet in Ukraine.
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Anonymous May 15, 2010, 9:04 p.m.    

Article 81 of Ukraine's constitution. nIt will not matter as Our Ukraine has less then 1.4% support and will not retain represenation agter the next Parliamentary Election. They have Yushhenko t thank for their current demise. Ukraine's failed president

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Anonymous May 16, 2010, 3:57 a.m.    

Pfft, &quot;Our Ukraine&quot; and their orange moron loser Yushchenko already are EXCLUDED from the Ukraine political landscape by the MAJORITY Ukraine people, heh, heh, heh :D

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Anonymous May 16, 2010, 9:13 a.m.    

Russian fleat is a bunch of rusted &quot;korit&quot; they will sink by 2017 Treaties can be changed once Yanukovich is out.

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Anonymous May 16, 2010, 5:53 p.m.    

How long do POR and their support base of &quot;Little Russians&quot; think they can hold the reigns of power???

A 2% narrow presidential victory will evaporate like dew in the sunlight once Ukrainians have had enough of POR censorship, political trials and authoritarian repressions.

The &quot;Little Russian&quot; traitors overestimate their current status in Ukraine - we are not living under the Tsars or the Soviets anymore!

Every inch of Sovereign Ukrainian territory and Industry the &quot;Little Russians&quot; sell off to their &quot;Great Russian&quot; masters will have to be redeemed and paid back very painfully in 5 years time.

You &quot;Little Russians&quot; make we Ukrainians laugh as you kiss the jackboots of your disrespectful masters - and sell yourselves for nothing!!! Ha ha ha...

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Anonymous May 16, 2010, 8:22 p.m.    

Now now, Andriyko, calm down. A win is a win if it's .05% or 50%. Live with it. Yushenko is now a 'has been', as is his Orange Plague. Tymoshenko, she should have left when she had the chance. Now she'll be in prison, and deservedly so, having seen the video of her attempting to bribe the two judges. What, she doesn't know the walls have ears and eyes, even in the post SSSR and Tsarist times? How foolish of her. Let alone the slight problem of some missing monies from State coffers.

Yeah, I know, I just pushed your buttons, and will now sit back and listen to another rant from you. However, if you feel so strongly against the current Government, why don't you go in to politics and oppose them in the next election?

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Anonymous May 16, 2010, 9:39 p.m.    

The next election will be a huge wake up call for all of you &quot;Little Russians&quot;... That's the beauty of Ukrainian style democracy - every move you make now will come back to haunt you in 4 1/2 years time - if not sooner.

Electoral majorities come and go - but actions in government are remembered forever. You &quot;Little Russians&quot; will never gain the respect of your masters in Moscow. They are merely using you to obtain some badly needed real estate!

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Anonymous May 16, 2010, 10:33 p.m.    

After the dark times of orange thievery which caused the worst ever child alcoholism, prostitution, HIV infections, government corruption and economy slump unseen anywhere in Europe and the rest CIS countries, the chances for the orange robbers to get back to power in Ukraine will be as viable as US-owned Kasparov to become President of Russia - ZERO :D

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Anonymous May 17, 2010, 3:36 a.m.    

Excluding some from the loser &quot;Our Ukraine&quot; party actually is a reward - this way the excluded politician will have much better chance to be elected by the Ukraine people as the reality with the orange loser head of &quot;Our Ukraine&quot; party, Yushchenko demonstrates, heh, heh, heh :D

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