Prime Minister Mykola Azarov’s carefully orchestrated visit to a Kyiv supermarket on Feb. 5 was upended by a citizen who complained that the shop was spiffed up and prices lowered for the VIP visit. The person also complained about the presence of a sex shop nearby.
Is there anything in common between the sex shop that Prime Minister Mykola Azarov closed down and the opposition’s sleepover in parliament this week? Yes, there is, and it’s not an amorous affair. They are both to do with the rule of law.