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Party of Regions holds rally in Simferopol to welcome language law

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Aug. 9, 2012, 11:30 a.m. | Politics — by Interfax-Ukraine

A rally has been held in Simferopol to support the Ukrainian president's decision to sign the law on state language policy fundamentals.
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Simferopol - A rally has been held in Simferopol to support the Ukrainian president's decision to sign the law on state language policy fundamentals. 

About 400 people held the rally on the central square on Wednesday.

The Crimean republican organization of the Party of Regions organized the rally under party flags and signs, "The Crimeans Welcome the Language Law," "Viktor Fedorovych, Thank You for the Russian Language," "The Language Law Implements Rights of the Crimeans" and "We Want to Speak Russian."

Crimean Parliament Speaker, deputy head of the Party of Regions' Crimean organization Volodymyr Konstantynov addressed the rally. He said the day when the Ukrainian president signed the language law was remarkable for the Crimea. 

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blueriver Aug. 9, 2012, 11:55 a.m.    

This rally was done to please Yanukovych.
If they in Simferopol want Russian as their number 1 Language let them move to Russia.

Ukrainian Language is for Ukraine, of course Russian language should be recoginsed, but not with Putins influance.

Russian Influance is in Crimea to stay.......the fools Party of Rejects gave Sevestopol to Russia.....................and guess what Yulia said no no no no go away Russia....Go away from Criemea we do not want your Army NAVY in Ukraine go away......and guess where she is now in Jail.

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IvanovPetrovSidorov Aug. 9, 2012, 12:27 p.m.    

The but farts in Butkivshyna are reeling back from the fact that the Party of Regions - the greatest party in the Ukraine - is delivering on its promises. They are cringing in pain from their helplessness and the realisation that the Ukraine's economy is back on track and the country is once again making good progress in all aspects of its life.

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blueriver Aug. 9, 2012, 7:47 p.m.    

Delivering on Promises such as

We Party of Regions promise to allow Russia keep Crimea.
We promise to keep that Lady Yulia locked in Jail.
We promise never to allow Europe come to Ukraine, its too honest.
We promise to support Russia & Putin in every way.
We promise to support Belerus.
We promise to allow Russian Language to dominate Ukraine.
We promise never to speak about the Genocie in 1933 by Soviet Russia.
We promise never to invite an American president to Ukraine unless we ask permission from Mr. Putin.
We promise to Allow Russian GAZPRON to control all Gas in Ukraine.
We promise to follow Putin and his Idea's

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AL BALA Aug. 9, 2012, 9:01 p.m.    

Russian-speaking Ukraine

Vadim Kolesnichenkov, The Chairman of Council [1]

Major activities

Ensuring the continued domination of the Russian language and culture in Ukraine on the grounds that this must remain inviolable and inalienable;

Securing Russian language to receive status of the state language

Promoting the concept of shared imperial Russian history as the ideological basis of continued domination of Russians in Ukraine;

Working for a division of Ukraine into linguistically defined regions under the guise of federalism and alleging Russian speakers, a census category, is a social group;

Providing support to local self-governance structure development that renders favorable conditions for local Russian and Russian-speaking groups;

Monitoring the continued domination of Russian in the public communications sphere and all media; Fighting against attempts to reduce this influence in any manner or form;

Countering propaganda and promotion of Ukrainian fascism and Nazism in Ukraine, as well as actions aimed at the rehabilitation, the exaltation, the social legitimization of individuals and organizations that participated in World War II on the side of Germany and its allies; excluding the Nuremberg International Military Tribunal resolutions to be revised or/and discredited;

Ensuring the crimes of Stalinism and the Communist regime remain as little researched and discussed as possible and ignoring neo-imperialist Russian fascism in Ukraine;

Providing necessary support for pro-Russian education, involving citizen in publishing and distributing materials, documents, leaflets, posters, newsletters, organizing conferences, making TV/radio programs promulgating pro-Russian opinions and views.

Strengthening the representation of Russian /pro-Russian groups in government.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russian-speaking_Ukraine

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