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Ukraine signs peace deal, calls for early elections

21
Feb
2014

Ukraine President Viktor Yanukovych signed a pact with opposition leaders today that will reform the government in hopes of ending the violent conflict that has left dozens dead over the last several days. Theres no guarantee that the mass of Ukrainian protestors, who the opposition leaders effectively speak for, will stand down following the EU-brokered agreement, but the deal provides several key concessions from the government: a reversion to an earlier version of the countrys constitution, a balancing of powers between the president and parliament, and early elections for a new state leader. There are no steps that we must not do together to restore peace in Ukraine. Both were asked to withdraw from their occupation of public buildings and spaces and to hand over illegal weapons to a government body within no more than a few days.

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