#EuroMajdan # євромайдан Chronicle 05/12/2013
Euromaidan on the forum
Euromaidan on youtube.com
Panorama 360 Folk Veche
hromadske.tv Civil television
Espreso.tv : Independent Channel
Ukrstream.tv : Independent Journalists
Spilno.TV : Media Activists
If suddenly your favorite site does not open, you are banned or blocked, our practical tips will help you: Access to blocked sites , Browser protection plugins , Anonymizer sites , Proxy , Anonymous Email , How to check that the Internet knows about you
Chronology of events
UPD: 05/12/2013 “Lying” protest outside the General Prosecutor’s Office building: some officials refused to step over people
On the morning of December 6, a “recumbent” protest started in Kiev, when protesters blocked the entrance to the Prosecutor General’s Office. They photograph all who step over the bedridden, and also greet those few who do not want to step on people.
The demands of the protesters on Reznitskaya Street 13/15 are to release nine detainees who were arrested for clashes near the Presidential Administration on Bankova. The main slogan of the action - Stepped through the law - step over the Ukrainian citizens.
At the same time, the camp of the protesters is already under the General Prosecutor's Office for the second day, and all this time many thousands of meetings have been held demanding that innocent people be released.
UPD: 05/12/2013 The journalists of the influential Polish publications launched a campaign for the abolition of visas for citizens of Ukraine.
Journalists from influential Polish publications launched a campaign for the abolition of visas for Ukrainian citizens. They also expressed solidarity with the participants of Euromaidan.
Journalists demand from the official Warsaw decisive steps in relations with Brussels for the European Union to agree on the introduction of a visa-free regime for Ukrainians. according to TSN.ua. Their colleagues from the Gazeta Wyborcza edition announced solidarity with the Ukrainian people and called on everyone who shares this point of view to take a photo with the flag of Ukraine in their hands and pass this photo to the publication.
Media employees plan to collect a lot of such photos, and then make a video of them in support of the Ukrainian Euromaidan. The start of the action was laid by the employees of Gazeta Wyborcza themselves. They not only took photos, but also created a thematic community on the social networking site Facebook, which will coordinate this initiative.
We will remind that earlier the 42-storey Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw, which is the tallest building in Poland, was lit up with the colors of the Ukrainian flag in solidarity with Euromaidan.
UPD: 05/12/2013 All for the People's Assembly on the Maidan On Sunday, December 8
On Sunday, December 8, at 12:00, opposition political forces and public activists will gather at the Independence Square People's Assembly, the press service of Batkivshchyna informs.
"Our demands are: punishment of those responsible for beating civilians on November 30 and December 1, a criminal case against Interior Minister Zakharchenko, the resignation of the Azarov government, early parliamentary and presidential elections, the release of all political prisoners," the statement said.
On December 5, the President of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly, Ranko Krivokapich, said that the organization, if necessary, could act as a mediator in the dialogue between the Ukrainian government and Euromaidan leaders.
Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Arbuzov in an interview with the TV channel "1 + 1" on Thursday said that the government is ready to sit down at the negotiating table with the opposition. “We are ready, but there are no negotiations, they do not plan to conduct these negotiations. As soon as they are ready, we, for our part, will be ready,” said the First Deputy Prime Minister.
Recall: November 21, the Ukrainian government decided to suspend preparations for the signing of the Association Agreement with the EU. On the same day, people went to Independence Square in protest. On November 29, at the Eastern Partnership Summit in Vilnius, the Agreement was not signed. Advisor to the President of Ukraine Andrei Goncharuk believes that Ukraine and the European Union can sign the Association Agreement at the Ukraine-EU summit, which is scheduled for March 2014. At about 4 o'clock in the morning on November 30, the special forces Berkut fighters brutally dispersed people from the Maidan. The shots with the dispersal of Euromaidan shocked Ukrainians and the world community. On November 30, outraged Ukrainians began to gather on Mikhailovsky Square. On December 1, hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians came to the people's assembly organized by the opposition. Despite the ban of the court to hold actions on Independence Square, the European Square and near the buildings of the central government, people flooded the Independence Square. On the same days, the protesters occupied the buildings of the Kiev mayor's office, the House of Trade Unions, and set up tents on Independence Square. On December 5, government executives came to the building of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine. They announced the decision of the Kiev Shevchenko district court to ban the blocking of administrative buildings and gave the protesters five days to release them. The court decision is dated December 4th. The action on Independence Square continues.