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Ukrainian Social Democratic Party supports agreement on joint actions of united opposition

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Jan. 21, 2012, 8:14 p.m. | Politics — by Interfax-Ukraine
Kyiv, Jan. 21 (Interfax-Ukraine) - The Ukrainian Social Democratic Party (USDP) supports the principles stipulated in an agreement on the joint actions of the united opposition and is ready to sign it in the proposed wording on the Day of Unity of Ukraine. "The USDP political council has reviewed the proposed draft agreement on the joint actions of the united opposition and decided to fully support it. We realize that the only opponent for the united opposition is the current regime and the political forces that represent it," the party's press service said citing USDP First Deputy Head, MP (the BYT-Batkivschyna faction) Yevhen Suslov.

He stressed that the USDP shares the key principles set in this agreement.

"We agree with the fact that the opposition powers should coordinate common political principles and approaches, with which they will participate in the parliamentary elections in 2012. We need to coordinate actions aimed at ensuring the preparation and holding the fair elections of people's deputies of Ukraine, establishing their actual results, preventing fraud voting and distorting the will of citizens," the MP said.
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David Willcox Jan. 21, 2012, 8:27 p.m.    

USDP....Honesty will win the hearts of the people.I wish you luck in your struggle to have fair and representative elections.Those who are corrupt will not so easily relinquish their ill-gotten power !

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gary yellando Jan. 21, 2012, 10:59 p.m.    

yanko is doomed....he will keep looking over his shoulder with nightmares for his future. The west will win as with saddam and gaddaffi, things are different than 20 years ago but Yanko can not see that, as he is in the past. The west will create mass protest and regiem change in the next 2/3 years...

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AL BALA Jan. 22, 2012, 8:02 a.m.    

Dear Natalia Korolevska,

Thank you for your Support. The future of the children, and the grandchildren, of EVERY Ukrainian citizen, should be the main concern of every politician.

Respectfully,

LES

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AL BALA Jan. 22, 2012, 8:15 a.m.    

Landik avoids jail, leaving victim in fear

2 days ago at 00:07 | Oksana Faryna

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harley Jan. 22, 2012, 1:03 p.m.    

Sorry that I don't feel as confident or as optimistic as some of you.

Yanukovych is reading the polls, he understands the consequences of the defeat of his party (exile or jail) and in my opinion he knows he must do whatever he can to fix the election, and if that doesn't work, then to somehow throw the nation into turmoil and declare martial law.

The opposition must prepare for this and make plans how to stop it, using all legal means possible.

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AL BALA Jan. 24, 2012, 6:59 p.m.    

WHY is Azarov giving Ukraine's wealth to Moscow ?

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