#430995

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forced at gunpoint like in crimea? :D ehm if president abandons his office and duties and flees to his overlord, it is de facto resignation. the parliament is elected, and the parliament is still the same. formation of a different cabinet with the same parliament is a normal thing in normal democracies.
junta is something radically different from this, but who cares about the meaning if parroting disgusting russian propaganda is enough?
russia sends armed forces on territory of another state without consent, supplies arms to paramilitary groups, violates billion treaties but hey there is evil western junta.
seriously

if janukovich  didn’t abandon the country he would have been shot by radical groups. parliamentarians had night visits, so did the directors of many tv stations  to stop broadcasting certain events.

the new cabinet appointments and legislations require a signature of the president by constitutional law. half of ukraine is not seeing or unsure about the legitimacy of the interim government.

ukrainians know that crimeans would have voted for russia on any day, as if it wasn't obvious knowing their sentiments towards russia.

democracy is about having a democratically elected government, and not removing the government by force with thе help of the officials of western governments visiting maidan to cheer on the crowd.

ukraine is at civil war now due to democratic changes brought up on the country from abroad. you can applaud for my country being in ruins and chaos. yes, you are more concern about russia may gain some geopolitical interests in ukraine than ukraine being peaceful and prosperous. we always knew your solidarity is the result of anti-russian sentiment. if we tomorrow settle our differences with russia, your solidarity will disappear. 
seriously.