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KIEV, January 21. /ITAR-TASS/. A faction of the ruling Party of Regions in Lugansk has appealed to Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich, asking him to take tough measures to ensure law and order, including by declaring a state of emergency in Kiev, the press service of the Lugansk regional council of the ruling party said on Tuesday.
"We appeal to the president of Ukraine as a guarantor of the Constitution, asking to take hard measures to ensure order and reinstate the law, including by declaring a state of emergency in Kiev," the appeal said.