The citizens of the Ukraine have called for the ousting of their Prime Minister Mykola Azarov and the government according to the New York Times (Herszenhorn and Kramer 2013). The Ukrainian Parliament has refused to act on impeaching government officials while many protesters have occupied and seized the City Hall and the Cabinet of Ministers office building and have refused to allow entry by these officials. It was also noted by Herszenhorn and Kramer that there is a plan to block the presidential administration and deny entry into the Ukraine Government headquarters.
According to The New York Times, “Since the start of demonstrations on Nov. 22, many protesters, especially students, have been skeptical that elected officials would answer their demands, which were a response to Mr. Yanukovich’s decision not to sign far-reaching political and trade agreements with the European Union that had been in the works for years” (Herszenhorn and Kramer 2013). The parties that are most involved in the process of protests and include student organizations, civic organizations and a total of three radical political opposition party that are leading the demonstration at the government build...
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...y have as constructivists. Gallenmore also notes in the interview, “You just can't have international politics unless you have a set of ideas” (Gallenmore 2011). It appears the protestors have ideals that would benefit their lives and are calling for action of the government to listen to their ideals or be removed from office.
With this single civil unrest in the Ukraine, both the government and the citizens are trying to gain control of a situation of civil liberties. Both the government officials and the citizens are reverting to fear, liberalism, realism, and constructivism to avoid a civil war within the region. The government is requesting the help of the United Nations negotiations to come to a fair resolution to the law changes. The protestors are becoming impatient and are calling for the removal of Prime Minister Mykola Azarov and the government.
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