- Posted December 3, 2013 by
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Night on Maidan Nezalezhnosti square before the day Ukrainian parliament vote on declaring motion of no confidence to the government.
"I saw tents where people were offered to sign petitions to remove the president," he says. "I suggest to wait till the following days to be clear of what next steps will be done."
- PM91, CNN iReport producer
On entrances to the square were settled improvised checkpoints, though pathway was free and clear few of protesters stay there and watch who is entering. Those measures are needed to prevent people on the square from possible attacks of law enforcement units, like those that took place earlier. It's common to see some of protesters wearing protective gear, mainly winter sports helmets, goggles and knee pads. It could help to avoid injuries and protect themselves in case of police operations on protesters crackdown.
On the nearby streets, near Presidential Administration of Ukraine and Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine could be observed ambulances and police cars. Also barricade line was set on Bankovaya street, from there could be observed Internal Troops line guarding Presidential Administration of Ukraine.