May 9, 2010

Tymoshenko: I want to wake up Ukraine

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Yesterday at 15:15 | Interfax-Ukraine
The BYuT leader Yulia Tymoshenko is convinced that if hundred thousand, not ten thousand people, come to squares, the new Ukrainian power would hear their opinion.

"If ten thousand people come to squares near the presidential administration and Verkhovna Rada, power takes batons, beats these people, humiliates them, puts into jail, breaks up demonstrations and feels masters on earth, which the power destroyed. If there are hundred thousand of people on squares, power is changing before our eyes," he said at a press conference in Vinnytsia on May 7.

The BYuT leader said that in the said case power would hear opinions of the society.

"Our task today is to wake up people so that they understand what they’re loosing personally, what each member of their families, each child are loosing and what they’re loosing for the future," she said.

"I think that today we all should come with a slogan "I don’t trade in Ukraine," as it's impossible to trade in Ukraine so as it's impossible to trade in the dearest thing," she said.

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