Protest action against Steinmeier formula in Kyiv downtown

According to the preliminary information, about 10,000 people are taking part in the protest

The protest action against the Steinmeier formula is taking place at Maidan Nezalezhnosti Square in Kyiv, as Hromadske informs.

The participants demand:

  1. Prohibit the implementation of the special status for Donetsk, Luhansk and any other regions of Ukraine.
  2. Prohibit the implementation of amnesty or the pro-Russian militaries of the so-called Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics.
  3. Prohibit the troops’ withdrawal from the demarcation line,
  4. Prohibit the organization of any non-governmental military formations, particularly the People’s Polices on the territory of the occupied Donbas.
  5. Prohibit the elections to any government bodies or self-government on the territories of the so-called Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics for obtaining full control along the entire length of the Ukrainian-Russian border.

Withdraw from the unsuccessful Minsk format and initiate Budapest negotiations format.

Earlier, Pavlo Klimkin, the ex-Minister of Ukraine’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, urged to stop talkings about the adoption of the Steinmeier formula by Ukraine.

Steinmeier’s formula calls for elections to be held in the separatist-held territories under Ukrainian legislation and the supervision of the OSCE. If the OSCE judges the balloting to be free and fair, then a special self-governing status for the territories will be initiated and Ukraine will be returned control of its easternmost border.

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  1. The people are speaking Ze, no capitulation to Muscovy. Nice to see Ukrainian and NATO flags in the crowd, Muscovy will be upset there are no Nazi or right wing flags, at least not until RT get to work on the image.

    • The Steinmeier formula was used for Moldova and Georgia which didn’t work well for anyone but Muscovy. What makes anyone other than the Kremlinals think it would work in Ukraine?!

      • The EU are clutching at straws, hoping that Ze will capitulate, then they can rejoin the pigs in the trough.

  2. I’m glad to see the people back out on the Maidan to show the little TV clown that he cannot sellout the country to the mafiosi!

  3. Youth vote put Z in power. I don’t know the statistics on voter turnout, but I believe more senior citizens sat back in disgust. Now you look at the photo and it appears there is a large number of 30+ age citizens out protesting.
    One good thing is Z signed the impeach law. Problem with it comes with the percentage of MPs required to push that through.
    Z might be appealing to the youth, but has forgotten the Mama factor. You piss off the mamas and they will grab their children by the ears and give them a time out in the corner. Probably get the “no soup for you until you smarten up” treatment!
    Z’s mama needs to grab him by the ear and sit him down for a little speach to explain “hell hath no fury like a woman scorned”.
    If that boy does not smarten up and realise this is no longer make believe in front of a TV camera, the citizens will draw and quarter him by hand. This is just the beginning of what I have been worried about.

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