KIEV, October 28 (Itar-Tass) — Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Timoshenko appealed to Ukrainian citizens “to vote compulsorily at the parliamentary elections” on Sunday. A high turnout will help to reduce the level of falsifications, Timoshenko said in a statement posted on her website. “Each Ukrainian should fight with the dictatorship as he or she can. This is a matter of all Ukrainians and each Ukrainian in concrete. This is why I address to all Ukrainians: let’s vote at the parliamentary elections. Your massive turnout can be an antidote against any falsifications, your personal contribution in ousting Yanukovich and all his criminal ‘family’ from power,” she said. Timoshenko stated that she is together with the Ukrainians “with all her heart” “in this struggle.”
Press secretary of the former prime minister Marina Soroka told Itar-Tass the staff of the united opposition is still unaware whether Timoshenko will vote at the Kharkov hospital or the Kachanovo penitentiary.