The rally, initiated by the Crimean Tatars, held in the administration of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko in Kiev and gathered a few hundred people, informs
from the outset, the administration came the Crimean Tatars, who opposed the arbitrariness of law enforcement officers in the Kherson region. Later they came more directly with the citizens Assembly, which was held on Maidan Nezalezhnosti.
Also the administration came activists of different Authorized "avtomaydana" brought back speakers and turned on loud music, tripling the original disco. The rally is peaceful, some activists said they had come to Express at least some kind of protest against the government's actions over the past 2 years.
at the building of the gathered citizens, they brought national flags, Also there is a few cars and put up a cordon of militiamen.
yesterday in Kherson region were undermined by the electric poles that supply electricity to the Crimea and southern regions of Ukraine. After damage there arrived activists blockade of the Crimea, they are against the supply of electric energy to Crimea. On the first day of the weekend in the evening, the activists said that they were surrounded by the Military, in the place of the opposition, the police beat them up. Law enforcement authorities have rejected this data, saying that attempts to implement the access of repair crews, which inhibit the activists. By the evening law enforcement agencies announced the settlement of the situation.
in Ukraine on 21 November 2013 were initiated demonstrations of disagreement ( "euromaidan" ) against the decision of the authorities to stop for some time preparations For the signing of the agreement with the EU. The rallies, which started as a peaceful event sanctioned, resulted in armed confrontation between radicals and police officers, and in February 2014 led To the coup in the country. Eventually the riots died a hundred people, which Ukraine called " heavenly hundred ", but the things themselves - the " revolution of dignity ". Ukrainian authorities place the blame for crimes on the Maidan to the former government led by ex-President Viktor Yanukovych.