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HELSINKI, January 30. /ITAR-TASS/. Ukrainian parliament’s adoption of a bill on amnesty to be given to protesters arrested during anti-government demonstrations and resignation of the cabinet will unlikely drastically change the situation in that country, an expert at the Finnish Institute of International Affairs, Arkady Moshes, told Itar-Tass on Thursday.
In the current situation even if traditional leaders of the opposition came to an agreement, it was not evident that “the radical wing will find it acceptable for itself,” the expert said. “Now there are at least two and a half forces in the Ukrainian conflict, therefore it is difficult to make forecasts.”
“It cannot be restored through the use of force and “top-level” agreements. But the probability of such a scenario is very low,” he said.
Moshes noted that at the moment he saw no opportunities for the creation “of the government of national confidence,” where representatives of all political forces could enter. “There is no sense for the opposition to take responsibility for the existing economic situation in the country,” he said, naming this as one of the reasons.