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KIEV, February 27, /ITAR-TASS/. ‘Protesters’, political radicals and their sympathizers who gathered Wednesday night on Kiev’s notorious Maidan /Independence Square/ for a yet another in a series of ‘people’s viches’ - self-styled assemblies - declare that they would not leave the place until all of their demands were fulfilled.
This was stated in speeches from the stage addressed to a crowd of almost 20,000 people.
“Now you /politicians - Itar-Tass/ are staying in the focus of the people’s close attention and if you turn away from the people, you will share the plight of the previous regime,” the gathering heard from the stage.
This means that the ‘protesters’ are going to stand on the Maidan until the end of the presidential campaign, which will wind up May 25. Or even until June 15 if a second round of the presidential election is needed.