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Ukraine Nazis Threaten to Topple Poroshenko Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Thu, Sep 18, 2014, 01:44 AM

Ukraine Nazi nationalists are demanding that Ukraine President Petro Poroshnko veto a bill iin parliament that supports 'Special status' for Eastern Ukraine. They pledge to resort to violence.

According to Russia Today, "Dozens of radicals threw sound and smoke grenades as they surrounded Kiev’s presidential building. The radical Right Sector leader threatened Ukraine’s president with same fate as Yanukovich, criticizing the law giving special status to eastern regions."

Radical Right Sector Dmitry Yarosh is quoted as saying that, “Unless Poroshenko comes to senses, we’ll have a new president and commander-in-chief in Ukraine. If anyone doubts that it’s possible, he can write to Yanukovich. He can verify that impossible things can be made happen.”

As reported by RT, "Around 300 angry protesters wore masks and shouted nationalistic slogans as they tried to break through a police barrier. They carried red and black flags belonging to the radical Right Sector group. The aggressive crowd was demanding that President Petro Poroshenko veto a bill that was passed by parliament earlier this Tuesday."

Ukraine Nazis received public support from Sen. John McCain (R.-Az.) last December during the Maidan Revolution in Kiev.

To read the entire article from Russia Today, link here:

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