According to a telephone poll conducted by Ukrainian Institute of
Social and Political Psychology on 9-10 April, 60 per cent of Ukrainians
favour President Viktor Yushchenko's decree disbanding parliament, the
Ukrainian newspaper Zerkalo Nedeli reported on 14 April.

According to the poll, 60 per cent of the respondents consider that by
issuing the decree, Yushchenko wanted to ensure the observance of human
rights and put an end to the usurpation of power.

This opinion is shared by every third resident polled in Donetsk Region,
every second resident in Kiev, 90 per cent of those polled in
Ivano-Frankivsk, 46 per cent in Dnipropetrovsk and by over 55 per cent of
those polled in Sumy and Cherkasy, the paper said.

Over 50 per cent of those polled in Donetsk, Odessa and Kharkiv consider
that the president's decision reflects his personal interests, Zerkalo
Nedeli said.

The poll showed that 65 per cent of those polled expressed readiness to take
part in a snap parliamentary election scheduled for 27 May, Zerkalo Nedeli
said. In all, 2, 600 persons from Ukraine's 15 regions were polled, the
paper added.
BBC Monitoring Service, United Kingdom, Saturday, Apr 14, 2007

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