#AceWorldNews says that the Ukrainian opposition will not consider vacating the administrative buildings seized by protesters in central Kiev despite a government amnesty, according to “Fatherland” opposition party head Arseniy Yatsenyuk.
He also said that the main goal of his party at the forthcoming session in Parliament is the return to the constitution as it was in 2004.
Yatsenyuk believes that if the session does not achieve the goal “it means the government is escalating the situation, and the decision will be taken not in Parliament, but on the streets”. Ukraine has been gripped by anti-government protests since November, with the opposition calling for Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich to resign.
In January Yanukovich granted the arrested rioters amnesty, demanding the vacation of government buildings in turn.