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KIEV, January 24. /ITAR-TASS/. Actions of protesters in Ukraine to storm administrative buildings were coordinated from one centre and aimed at forced seizure of power by the opposition, Alexander Golub, a Communist Party member of Ukraine's Supreme Rada, its parliament, told Itar-Tass on Friday.
Opposition activists used methods of force since they felt they could not take power in a legitimate way, he said.
"Responsible for what is happening in the regions is the opposition, and it is absolutely clear. The same tactics are used as in the seizure of the Kiev council in the capital," the legislator noted.
In this situation, authorities had to show their political will and determine what they wanted, he said, adding that action taken to unblock the administrative buildings and restore order had to be constitutional.