Yulia Tymoshenko called Ukrainians to the third Maidan
Tymoshenko urged Ukrainians to come out on November 15 for an indefinite protest in the centre of Kiev. She announced it in her speech in the Verkhovnaya Rada on November 14.
According to Tymoshenko, President of Ukraine Poroshenko and the National Bank have become, in fact, the support of corruption, and the head of state has appointed his business partners to the key positions in the country.
‘Today, only the people can restore justice and put the power in place. Tomorrow morning, the citizens, including pensioners, will go out for an indefinite protest against the fall of the UAH exchange rate, increase of tariffs, and for the return of their bank deposits,’ she said.
Tymoshenko added that the authorities called the protesters ‘the Kremlin's hand’, while, in fact, ‘the people are just fed up’.
‘They (officials) are hiding behind the war, while corrupting themselves and plundering the country. Either people get united (in defending their rights), or this power will simply destroy both the Ukrainian nation and the Ukrainian state,’ she said.