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KIEV, April 14. /ITAR-TASS/. Popular lawmaker and candidate for Ukraine’s presidency Oleh Tsaryov believes the presidential elections should take place in autumn, after provisions about the federative framework and the national status of the Russian language would be added to the Constitution of Ukraine.
Tsaryov urged people from southeastern Ukraine to consolidate and make joint demands to the country’s leadership, which, as he believes, must enter into negotiations with the protesters and listen to them.
Earlier, the lawmaker agreed to lead the Southeastern movement for federalization. Only by federalizing Ukraine, it is possible to “save the country from breaking up”, the politician pointed out at a news conference in Donetsk.