Ukraine's sitting government came into power as a result of a coup, rather than a democratic, a constitutional process. This is a conclusion that comes from Ukrainian President Poroshenko's request for the Supreme Court of the country to declare that ex-President Viktor Yanukovych was overthrown in an illegal operation.
In a remarkable document, which is not posted at the English version of the website of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine, but which is widely reportedoutside the United States, including Russia, Poroshenko, in Ukrainian (not in English), has petitioned the Constitutional Court of Ukraine (as it is being widely quoted in English):
"I ask the court to acknowledge that the law 'on the removal of the presidential title from Viktor Yanukovych' as unconstitutional."
Poroshenko's admitted prior to 26 February 2014, to the EU's investigator, and right after the February 22nd overthrow of Yanukovych, that the overthrow was a coup. Moreover, he even admitted that it was a false-flag operation, in which the snipers, who were dressed in the uniforms of the Ukrainian Security Bureau troops. The EU's investigator put his finding to the EU's chief of foreign affairs Catherine Ashton as follows:
"The same oligarch [Poroshenko - and so when he became President he already knew this] told that well, all the evidence shows that the people who were killed by snipers, from both sides, among policemen and people from the streets, [this will shock Ashton, who had just said that Yanukovych had masterminded the killings] that they were the same snipers, killing people from both sides [so, Poroshenko himself knows that his regime is based on a false-flag U.S.-controlled coup d'etat against his predecessor].... Behind the snipers, it was not Yanukovych, but it was somebody from the new coalition."
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