|The Azarov Government, the and Yanukovych himself denied being involved with censorship||He was acquitted of the other charge relating to Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity|
|He noted the importance of finding ways of reconciliation between in his speech at the ceremony to mark 2013||Many people joined the protest in Independence Square, whose numbers had swelled to nearly 1 million by 8 December|
On 11 December 2009, Yanukovych called for his supporters to go to , Kyiv's Independence Square, in case of.
|From 2006 to 2014, the younger Viktor was a member of the ; he drowned in 2015||By January 2013, more than half of the ministers appointed by Yanukovych were either born in the region or made some crucial part of their careers there, and Yanukovych has been accused of "regional cronyism" for his staffing of police, judiciary, and tax services "all over Ukraine" with "Donbas people"|
|Currently is the only official language of Ukraine||Violence escalated after 16 January 2014 when Yanukovych signed the Bondarenko-Oliynyk laws, also known as|
On 22 February 2014, the voted to remove him from his post.23