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You're reading: Mark Rachkevych: Medvedchuk flexes muscles after protesters pay house call

It wasn’t because they didn’t first visit him that
day. Some 1,000 cars first came within 300 meters of President Viktor
Yanukovych’s palatial estate in a northern Kyiv suburb. Medvedchuk was second
or third on the list of a roving
demonstration on wheels
.

Or maybe he realizes he doesn’t have the right to be
there too?

Nevertheless, he blew
his top
over the gate being damaged and spray-painted by whom he called “vandals.”
It’s as if the protesters forgot that they were on the threshold of Russian
President Vladimir Putin’s close friend and leader of a pro-Kremlin civil society group.
The latter, in a show of organizational transparency, placed light box
advertisements throughout Kyiv showing the prevention of Ukraine signing an Association
Agreement with the European Union being checked off on a to-do list.

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