November 22 representatives of oppositional public organizations intend to hold a meeting on the main square of Kyiv to celebrate the seventh anniversary of the Orange Revolution despite the court prohibition to hold mass actions, Komersant-Ukraine reports. "The celebration will take place under any political weather," says Serhiy Melnichneko, the head of the Coalition of the Orange Revolution participants.

According to him, the opposition calls on people to come to Independence square at 6 p.m. "We will observe the decree of president Yushchenko on celebration of freedom Day. The current president has two variants: to cancel the decree of his predecessor or to come out himself with the national flag," Melnichneko said.

Interior Ministry press office told Komersant-Ukraine "it is unlikely" representatives of the opposition would be detained due to violation of the court order. "If there is no public disorder the police will only draw up a report," Interior Ministry spokesman Volodymyr Polishchuk said.

Yesterday's evening police officials fenced the central part of the square with metal shields.
As a reminder, last week the regional administrative court of Kyiv decreed to prohibit any mass actions in the center of the capital on November 21-22 - the seventh anniversary of the Orange Revolution.

November 22 Ukraine celebrates the Day of freedom, according to the decree of the third president Viktor Yushchenko in the memory of the Orange Revolution.

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