On the White House website petition appeared to help Ukraine "peacefully overthrow the current government"

On the White House website petition appeared to help Ukraine "peacefully overthrow the current government"

Washington : DC : USA | Nov 30, 2013 at 4:50 AM PST
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On the White House Web site U.S. registered petition about support for the Ukrainian people in the peaceful overthrow of the current government.

"The current government of Ukraine is corrupt and does not think about the people. Country has terrible road conditions, many of people living below poverty level, officials and their families above the law" - quoted text "Interfax" .

"President and the ruling party massively plundered state budget, deceived people, and have repeatedly demonstrated their arrogant attitude towards them", - stated in the text. As the "last step" solution mentioned Ukrainian authorities refuse to sign an Association Agreement with the EU.

"We appeal to support Ukraine in the overthrow of the current government peacefully, to hold democratic elections to Parliament and to bring to justice all those responsible representatives of the current government," - said in a petition filed on November 29.

The petition then of this writing, signed by more than 12.5 thousand people. To online petition discussed in the White House, it should dial 100 000 votes.

Asif Ali is based in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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