DECISION ON UKRAINE GOVERNMENT + WESTERN MEDIA REPORTS OF THE DAY

03.12.13



Speaker Volodymyr Rybak in Parliamnet today

THIS PAGE WILL BE UPDATED THROUGHT THE DAY.

Ukraine's parliament rejected a vote of no confidence in the PM and his cabinet over the Ukrainian goverment's refusal to sign a historic EU trade and political pact. Only 186 parliamentarians voted for the motion.

Though security in the Parliament building was significantly heightened, a number of provocateurs appeared in the parliamentary chamber earlier this morning before being ejected. More were believed to be hiding in the area behing the goverment seats.

Overnight protesters remained camped in Independence Square with no incidents being reported. This morning several thousand protesters have marched to protest ouside the offices of the Cabinet of Ministers and Parliament.

SEE ALSO:

Bloomberg: EU Can Help Ukraine If Its Ministers Show Up

RFERL: Yanukovych's Base Eroding In Ukraine's Russophone East

New York Times: How the E.U. Pushed Ukraine East

The Ukrainian Week: Hanne Severinsen: Ukraine needs help for a new Orange Revolution

SKY News: Ukraine PM 'Sorry' Over Crackdown On Protests

Washington Post: The company Ukraine keeps

Financial Times: Ukraine’s government survives no-confidence vote

BBCUkraine protests: Opposition loses no-confidence motion

Euronews: Ukraine government survives no-confidence motion

Reuters: Ukraine leader heads to China, leaving turmoil at home (UPDATE 4)

Financial Times: Ukraine government faces no-confidence vote

BBC: Ukraine protests: Opposition prepares confidence vote


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