1. "At that time rule of law in western parts of Ukraine was laws of some gangs and bandit groups who self-proclaim own Premier and attack and usurp state institutions. And since they had support by NATO, Yanukovich didn't dare to disarm these groups. "
    (Sreten, 30 April 2014 03:58)

    True, all so similar, but these groups didn't kidnap journalists or replace public TV broadcast with Fox News or BBC, as far as I know.
    (Comm. Parrisson, 30 April 2014 10:29)

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  2. “Impunity for assailants of journalists and broadcasters is escalating the tensions and contributing to the deterioration of the security situation. I am dismayed by the lack of response by the law enforcement authorities to these attacks. Rule of law must be re-introduced in Ukraine,” said nobody few months ago.
    At that time rule of law in western parts of Ukraine was laws of some gangs and bandit groups who self-proclaim own Premier and attack and usurp state institutions. And since they had support by NATO, Yanukovich didn't dare to disarm these groups.
    Perhaps see my older comment...

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    (Sreten, 30 April 2014 03:58)

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  3. “Impunity for assailants of journalists and broadcasters is escalating the tensions and contributing to the deterioration of the security situation. I am dismayed by the lack of response by the law enforcement authorities to these attacks. Rule of law must be re-introduced in Ukraine,” Mijatović said.

    Rule of law in these parts of Ukraine is currently the laws of some gangs and bandit groups who self-proclaim own mayors and attack and usurp state institutions. And since they have support by Russia, nobody dares to disarm these groups.
    (Comm. Parrisson, 29 April 2014 17:25)

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