Бизнесмены показали Азарову неприличный жест

29 Ноября 2010, 13:22

фото Texty, фото AFP

Protesters shout during a rally on Independence Square in Kiev on November 29, 2010. Thousands of Ukrainians have turned out in noisy demonstrations across the country against the taxes reforms, in a nasty surprise for President Viktor Yanukovych just as he seemed to be asserting his authority after taking power in February. Ukraine has not seen protests on this scale since the 2004 Orange Revolution popular uprising that ousted the old elite and installed Yanukovych's pro-Western predecessors in power. AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY
A protester with "We are not cattle" written on her cheek, shouts slogans during a rally on Independence Square in Kiev on November 29, 2010. Thousands of Ukrainians have turned out in noisy demonstrations across the country against the reforms, in a nasty surprise for Yanukovych just as he seemed to be asserting his authority after taking power in February. Ukraine has not seen protests on this scale since the 2004 Orange Revolution popular uprising that ousted the old elite and installed Yanukovych's pro-Western predecessors in power. AFP PHOTO / SERGEI SUPINSKY
Protesters shout slogans during a rally on Independence Square in Kiev on November 29, 2010. Thousands of Ukrainians have turned out in noisy demonstrations across the country against the taxes reforms, in a nasty surprise for Yanukovych just as he seemed to be asserting his authority after taking power in February. Ukraine has not seen protests on this scale since the 2004 Orange Revolution popular uprising that ousted the old elite and installed Yanukovych's pro-Western predecessors in power. AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY
Азарову показали неприличный жест и попросили подсчитать, что же он оставит бизнесу с 2011 года, фото Texty
Митингующие провозгласили Акт объединения украинского народа, фото Texty
<p>У бизнесменов из-за снега уже текут плакаты, фото Texty</p>
Protesters shout slogans during a rally on Independence Square in Kiev on November 29, 2010. Thousands of Ukrainians have turned out in noisy demonstrations across the country against the taxes reforms, in a nasty surprise for Yanukovych just as he seemed to be asserting his authority after taking power in February. Ukraine has not seen protests on this scale since the 2004 Orange Revolution popular uprising that ousted the old elite and installed Yanukovych's pro-Western predecessors in power. AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY
<p>Предприниматели считают, что последствия от норм нового кодекса будут равноценны геноциду, фото Texty</p>
<p>Бизнесменов на Майдане кормят бутербродами, фото Texty</p>
<p>Снег и холод не помешали тысячам людей выйти на главную площадь страны, фото Texty</p>
Protesters blow vuvuzelas during a rally on Independence Square in Kiev on November 29, 2010. Thousands of Ukrainians have turned out in noisy demonstrations across the country against the taxes reforms, in a nasty surprise for President Viktor Yanukovych just as he seemed to be asserting his authority after taking power in February. Ukraine has not seen protests on this scale since the 2004 Orange Revolution popular uprising that ousted the old elite and installed Yanukovych's pro-Western predecessors in power. AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY
Protesters shout slogans during rally on Independence Square in Kiev on November 29, 2010. Thousands of Ukrainians have turned out in noisy demonstrations across the country against the taxes reforms, in a nasty surprise for President Viktor Yanukovych just as he seemed to be asserting his authority after taking power in February. Ukraine has not seen protests on this scale since the 2004 Orange Revolution popular uprising that ousted the old elite and installed Yanukovych's pro-Western predecessors in power. AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY
Protesters blow vuvuzelas during a rally on Independence Square in Kiev on November 29, 2010. Thousands of Ukrainians have turned out in noisy demonstrations across the country against the taxes reforms, in a nasty surprise for President Viktor Yanukovych just as he seemed to be asserting his authority after taking power in February. Ukraine has not seen protests on this scale since the 2004 Orange Revolution popular uprising that ousted the old elite and installed Yanukovych's pro-Western predecessors in power. AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY
Protesters blow vuvuzelas during a rally on Independence Square in Kiev on November 29, 2010. Thousands of Ukrainians have turned out in noisy demonstrations across the country against the taxes reforms, in a nasty surprise for President Viktor Yanukovych just as he seemed to be asserting his authority after taking power in February. Ukraine has not seen protests on this scale since the 2004 Orange Revolution popular uprising that ousted the old elite and installed Yanukovych's pro-Western predecessors in power. AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY
Protesters rally in front of a tent camp on Independence Square in Kiev on November 29, 2010. Thousands of Ukrainians have turned out in noisy demonstrations across the country against the taxes reforms, in a nasty surprise for President Viktor Yanukovych just as he seemed to be asserting his authority after taking power in February. Ukraine has not seen protests on this scale since the 2004 Orange Revolution popular uprising that ousted the old elite and installed Yanukovych's pro-Western predecessors in power. AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY
Protesters rally in front of a tent camp on Independence Square in Kiev on November 29, 2010. Thousands of Ukrainians have turned out in noisy demonstrations across the country against the taxes reforms, in a nasty surprise for President Viktor Yanukovych just as he seemed to be asserting his authority after taking power in February. Ukraine has not seen protests on this scale since the 2004 Orange Revolution popular uprising that ousted the old elite and installed Yanukovych's pro-Western predecessors in power. AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY
Protesters make noise during a rally on Independence Square in Kiev on November 29, 2010. Thousands of Ukrainians have turned out in noisy demonstrations across the country against the taxes reforms, in a nasty surprise for President Viktor Yanukovych just as he seemed to be asserting his authority after taking power in February. Ukraine has not seen protests on this scale since the 2004 Orange Revolution popular uprising that ousted the old elite and installed Yanukovych's pro-Western predecessors in power. AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY
Protesters make noise during a rally on Independence Square in Kiev on November 29, 2010. Thousands of Ukrainians have turned out in noisy demonstrations across the country against the taxes reforms, in a nasty surprise for President Viktor Yanukovych just as he seemed to be asserting his authority after taking power in February. Ukraine has not seen protests on this scale since the 2004 Orange Revolution popular uprising that ousted the old elite and installed Yanukovych's pro-Western predecessors in power. AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY

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