After the two fiascos in the USA which saw the most flagrant examples of vote-rigging and electoral fixing in modern history,isn't it abit too fluad
to point at Eukrain and criticize their election??....
When the Republican Party deploys electronic voting machines bought from Republican Party fundraisers who promised before the election to help the
President to win, the OSCE observers describe it as localised and insignificant incidents. However, when the incompent stooge Yushchenko fails to win
in the Ukraine, it is fraud.
The people of the Ukraine have voted for the continuaqtion of a close relationship with Russia, in the same sphere of influence, which makes sense.
The CIS mission and the Institute of Eastern European Countries monitoring the election declared that it was "legitimate" and "answers the norms of
democracy and international law".
If the West has a problem with that - and it appears that "international law" is a concept with which certain countries have a problem to understand
these days - too bad.
In plain English, If the West has a problem with that - and it appears that "international law" is a concept with which certain countries have a
problem to understand these days - too bad.
In plain English, you can like it - or lump it...
100,000 fanatics, hooligans and trouble-makers in Independence Square, Kiev, fuelled by a few busloads of drunken layabouts from Western Ukraine with
nothing better to do and looking for an adrenalin rush, do not represent the 43,7 million strong population of the country.
The reaction by the West to the defeat of their puppet candidate was as predictable as it was immature and meddlesome.
Mr Powell warned the government in Kiev of "consequences" for the US-Ukraine relationship.
Today, the United States stands with the people of Ukraine and their effort to ensure their democratic choice.
Indeed, this is a critical moment.....
Both Mr Yushchenko and Mr Yanukovych have suggested today that there may be a way to resolve this.
Vladimir Putin will meet the new head of the European Commission, Jose Manuel Barroso, in talks originally scheduled for the beginning of the
month.Russia and the EU have differed sharply over Ukraine's troubled election.
Kremlin official Sergei Yastrzhembsky said he hoped the two sides would reach some understanding on the issue.....
Honestly ;I don't understand why all the pressure the whole media world is adding to an already Volotile situation..
Isn't the Iraqi War issue Enough....
Do we need to meddle with Russian regional politics.....