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We should be temperate and protests near Verkhovna Rada to pass, -Avakov
14:47, 23 October 2017
We should be temperate and protests near Verkhovna Rada to pass, -Avakov

He noted that part of the protesters want to carve a political career

14:47, 23 October 2017

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Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Arsen Avakov estimated the situation near the Verkhovna Rada and shared his prognosis at the exclusive comment to 112 Ukraine.

‘The right of the citizens to the protest, the right of the citizens to the rally is the right that vested by the Constitution so it is possible. It is not vested by the Constitution and it is not possible to use the violent actions and enforce the will of a few people to other. I think that we will be temperate and confident enough to block these conflicts and then provide people with a possibility to understand who is who: somebody is standing for some values; somebody is standing to carve a political career. Those people who are in the majority near the Verkhovna Rada are not held in respect by me and I say this as the politician but as the functionary and I will provide everything to secure this small part of the Ukrainian territory’, Avakov said.

Related: Scuffle at Ukrainian Parliament: MP Sobolev versus protester

He emphasized that everyone who assaults the police officers or the protesters will be punished.

‘Anyone who assault the people and anyone who assault the police officer will feel the power of the law. Everyone who hit the police officer will be detained, arrested and I hope that we will find the place for such people through the court. This is my estimation of the situation’, he claimed.

Related: New clashes near Verkhovna Rada: Security forces blocked car of protesters

‘Talking about the dynamics of the development of this situation, I will say that we should be temperate and it will pass’, Avakov added.

A few political parties and non-governmental organization started the Ukrainian protest in the support of the large-scale political reform on October 17.

The demands of the protesters are to adopt the laws on the removal of the MP immunity, on the anti-corruption court and new election rules.

Related: Journalist says about being attacked by protesters near Ukrainian Parliament

The participants of the protest set the tent camp at the traffic way of Hryshevsky Street and expressed the intention to stay there until the fulfillment of their demands.

Related: Poroshenko insists on immediate work our of draft law on Anti-corruption court

Earlier it was reported that five people suffered near the Verkhovna Rada on the first day of the protest. Later, the video of the beating of staff sergeant of the police and soldier of the Donbas Conflict Igor Yatsenko was published on the internet.

An officer of police suffered in clashes between the protesters and the law enforcement near the Verkhovna Rada on October 22.

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