posted on Feb, 3 2015 @ 10:54 PM
originally posted by: all2human
a reply to: tsurfer2000h
There is evidence Yanukovych was removed unlawfully
Couldn't impeach him he fled the country the moment he found out about the investigation into his corruption was being completed. He tried to stall
it as long as he could and tine ran out. Knowing this would lead to jail time just like happened in the past he left.
This only left one option for the Rada so they held a vote to accept his resignation. Since he fled to where abouts unknown later learned to be
By the way he later refuses to return to Ukraine to fight the charges. Even his own party by this point wanted him gone the corruption was by this
point all over the news as documents showed up in his estates showing bribes and payoffs and phony businesses. If he had stayed the results would have
been the same he would have been impeached and thrown into jail. With his flee into the night he snuck out of Ukraine and can now live in Russia free
from any prosecutuon. So the bottom line he snuck out to avoid prosecutuon for the corruption charges that were being investigated. It was said he
received a phone call from the finance minister and within hours fled the country. Go watch the videos or was taped when he left in the middle of the
night and it was no business trip he was packing crates full of stuff not something you do if your fleeing for your life. But that aside the next
morning the Rada goes into session they have no contact with Victor videos surfacing of his flight to avoid prosecution and his presidential offices
abandoned. At that point all they could do was take that for his resignation. A resonanable response to a president that went AWOL.
2/3/15 by dragonridr because: (no reason given)