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Ukrainian parliament votes to oust president, sets early elections


The decision comes just hours after embattled Yanukovych said he wouldn't respect any decisions made by parliament.
Yanukovych stated Saturday that he has no intention to resign, and called the political crisis a coup while saying it resembles the rise of the Nazis in the 1930s. 
"They are trying to scare me. I have no intention to leave the country. I am not going to resign, I'm the legitimately elected president," Yanukovych said from Kharkiv in a televised statement.
"Everything that is happening today is, to a greater degree, vandalism and banditry and a coup d'etat," he said. "I will do everything to protect my country from breakup, to stop bloodshed."

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Comment by Lola Flores
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May the Ukranians get exactly what they want:  to be a part of the European Union.  Absolutely nothing could go wrong with that.  Just ask the Greeks or the Cypriots. Human beings are, without a doubt, the stupidest creatures on the face of the planet.  Also the only ones that learn nothing from the past.

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