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TERROR JUDAICO SIONISTA - Standoff in Ukraine makes legitimate election impossible...
Standoff in Ukraine
- Russian legislators
April 30, 16:26
MOSCOW, April 30. /ITAR-TASS/. In the context of the current
standoff in Ukraine holding a legitimate presidential election or
a referendum on federalization will be impossible. The chairman
of the State Duma’s
constitutional legislation and
statehood committee, Vladimir Pligin, of the ruling United
Russia party, said on Wednesday.
For his part, State Duma Speaker Sergei Naryshkin
believes that Ukraine’s newly adopted law on the
presidential election is void. “Under the new rules
the presidential election can be declared valid even if
an overwhelming majority of Ukraine’s citizens refuse
to participate.” In that context Naryshkin voiced regret
over the fact that “a number of our Western partners
prefer to ignore such juridical and legal details of the
situation in Ukraine.”
The Russian Foreign Ministry believes that before
an election can be held Kiev must give up the military
operation against its own people and find a common
language with the people of the Southeast, who have
been demanding a referendum on the status of their
regions and the recognition of Russian as a second
In the middle of April Russian President Vladimir Putin
said that Russia might refuse to recognize the results
of Ukraine’s election. He said that the presidential
race in Ukraine was proceeding in an impermissible
form and that that candidates from the East were
unable to express their point of view and extremely
exposed to physical attacks.
“If everything proceeds in the same fashion further
on, then we, of course will be unable to recognize
everything that will be happening after May 25 as
legitimate,” he warned.
"Restoring order to Ukraine over the three weeks
still to go before the presidential election is an unrealistic
task. In the current situation of an armed standoff there
is no chance of holding a full-fledged election campaign,
” State Duma member from the United Russia party,
Vyacheslav Nikonov, has told ITAR-TASS in an interview.
“It looks like people in the south-eastern regions of the
country - the Donetsk and Lugansk regions - which
have declared themselves as republics, will not
participate in the May 25 election. There are millions
of voters in both. They will refuse to recognize the
new authorities,” Nikonov said.
“Kiev’s decision to cancel the Victory Day march-past
on May 9 drew the red line. Very many Ukrainians
will refuse to participate in the voting, because they
will by no means agree to recognize this date as a day
of mourning,” Nikonov said.
“Another problem is whoever is declared the winner
in the election, that person will have no chance of
being the president of the whole of Ukraine. That person
would be unable to visit Eastern Ukraine without
considerable risks. And the other way round. Whatever
the outcome, the election will not bring peace and calm to
Ukraine. It will just trigger a new spiral of discord and rivalry
,” Nikonov said.
As if in a gesture of confirmation of what Nikonov said
Ukrainian parliament member Oleg Tsarev, one of the
presidential candidates, on Tuesday declared he was
leaving the race. He also called for boycotting the elections.
“Instead of the presidential election Russia has all the way
urged the Ukrainian authorities to hold a constitutional reform
involving entire society, to agree on the principles
of federalization and on the recognition of the Russian
language. But first and foremost the authorities in Kiev
should terminate armed pressures on the south-eastern
regions of the country,” Nikonov said.
“If the Ukrainian authorities bow to instructions from the
US to act from the position of strength against their own
people who disagree with their policies and go ahead
with the presidential election plans, the end effect will be
deplorable. Even if the West, in contrast to Russia recognizes
the results of the elections legitimate, this will pave the way
for Ukraine’s collapse,” Nikonov said.
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