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KIEV, December 15, 19:14 /ITAR-TASS/. Three groups of pro-EU protesters have left Kiev’s Independence Square and are heading for government buildings in central Kiev to picket them.
One of the groups is heading for the Ukrainian Security Service building at Vladimirskaya Street, another one moves towards the Interior Ministry at Bogomoltsa Street and the third one heads for the building housing the Central Election Commission at Lesaya Ukrainka Square.
Opposition leaders have dispatched their supporters to picket the Security Service and Interior Ministry buildings, holding these agencies responsible for a violent dispersal of the rally on November 30. The Central Election Commission building is their target because Ukraine holds on Sunday re-run parliamentary elections in five ‘problem’ constituencies.
Meanwhile, a ‘popular assembly’ on Independence Square calling for government resignation has ended and an opposition meeting continues there.