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You're reading: AntiMaidan activists claim they were forced to rally for Yanukovych, cheated out of money

But on Dec. 16, one of these trains slapped stickers on the windows demanding Yanukovych’s resignation, which were borrowed from the rival EuroMaidan demonstrations.

The people in the train didn’t change their political aspirations, if they had any. They were in protest of the organizers of the pro-Yanukovych event, who they say cheated them out of some of the money they were promised for coming to Kyiv. Some were even smashing windows of the train, Comments.ua web-site reported.

The same story occurred with Kherson participants of AntiMaidan, who complained they were promised Hr 150 in daily allowance and Hr 25 additionally for every hour of standing. But in fact they were paid only Hr 150 instead of Hr 500-800 expected, Kyiv Post sources said.

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