Today, the opposition intends to determine the prospects of holding rallies in support of the Ukrainian language, the chairman of the United Opposition "For the Fatherland!" Arseniy Yatseniuk told a briefing.
In turn, the deputy speaker of the Verkhovna Rada Mykola Tomenko said that everyone understands that the protesters are living people.
"We can not say: Dear friends, please sit on the sidewalk for three months and wait until the authorities will come to arrangement with Lytvyn. It's disrespectful," he said.
According to Tomenko, if after the session of the parliament is closed (the closure is scheduled for 12.00 am on July 6. - Ed.), the language law will not be signed, it will be a tactical victory.
"As soon as the danger of the legalization of this law will arise - we will take appropriate measures," the deputy speaker said.
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