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Banderovites-veterans supported Yushchenko2009-11-26 11:35
The veterans of the OUN-UPA nationalistic movement have called upon the people of Ukraine and candidates for presidency to support the current head of the state Victor Yushchenko during the pending elections in January 2010.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Correspondent.net, the message revealed by the nationalists goes as follows: "Candidates for presidency, whom we believe to be patriots of Ukraine, are to start immediate negotiations and unite with President Victor Yushchenko for the second cadence. This would ensure the independence we need to joint the European structures and would ensure our future".
Let us remind you that the current president of Ukraine has long become famous for his liking for nationalistic circles. On November 19, 2009 Yushchenko issued an order "Concerning extra measures on recognition of Ukrainian liberation movement of the XX century", which applies to the OUN-UPA veterans. This order was severely criticized on the part of MFA of FR.
Presidential elections in Ukraine are scheduled for January 17, 2010. Presently, Victor Yushchenko is not the favorite of the pre-election race, yielding ratings to Yulia Timoshenko, Victor Yanukovitch and Arsenij Yatsenyuk.