If Yanukovych ever got elected president, it would be the biggest disaster for Ukraine.Talk about psychic. A Ukrainian ex-journalist, translator and guide said this on Yaukovych a while back.
We’ve got a problem—too many vets are unemployed. There’s what we call a civilian-military divide. In other words, the returning vets think one thing, the civilian population thinks another and our aim is to get people to understand each other better for the good of the veteran community.George W. Bush • Discussing his post-presidential efforts to assist veterans, many of which became veterans on his watch due to the Afghan and Iraq wars. Among his efforts include efforts to help those suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. He teared up during the interview where he discussed the efforts on ABC’s This Week. “I obviously get slightly emotional talking about our vets,” he said.
Unfortunately, President Yanukovych who did not hear the people has withdrawn from his constitutional duties himself. And today he has already left the capital. Millions of citizens see only one option in the current situation—it is calling the early presidential election.Ukranian opposition leader Vitali Klitschko • Discussing the situation with President Viktor Yanukovych, who had reportedly left Kiev entirely in the wake of a new peace deal after days of violent, bloody protests. CNN says that Yanukovych’s residence, which had been treated like a crime scene by civil servants, had its living area cleared of the president’s personal effects. He reportedly left for Kharkiv, in the Eastern part of the country, where he has broader support.