Opposition leaders had vowed to assemble one million protesters in Kiev on Sunday to keep up pressure on President Yanukovych amid reports of a trade pact with Russia.
Kit Gillet, Contributor /
December 8, 2013
Hundreds of thousands of protestors gathered Sunday on the streets of Kiev in a show of strength that, while impressive, fell short of opposition calls for a one million-strong rally that would have topped last weekend’s turnout. The large crowds, and signs of an increasingly slick protest camp in the heart of Ukraine’s capital, point to a protracted standoff over the country’s political future.