Russia's Putin Preaches Respect in Ukraine Elections

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Russian President Vladimir Putin said he will respect "the will of the Ukrainian people" in presidential elections this weekend and is willing to work with whoever is elected, but Western officials remain cautious. David Kramer, Freedom House president, joins the News Hub with Sara Murray.

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What else would we expect but fabrications from the WSJ?

Author — joe80dman

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Ah Ah saying the <putin was afraid of the sanctions ??? Made the Gaz contract with china and restrained the use of the American Credit card in Russia and made a contract with China do welcome their enterprises to replace de American ones in Russia. Who is afraid of who ???

Author — Maria Joao Lencastre

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Despite these war mongers nagging rhetoric of sanction and defamation, Putin has handled the situation wisely in the interest of both russian and ukrainean  people living in Ukraine.

Author — Pawulos Eyesus

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Let me remind you Putin said he would respect the last elections, and then invaded Ukraine with unmarked soldiers, and is funeling money into a proxy separatist state. At this point noone in the international community neither believes norę trusts Putin.

Author — Orest Makar

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Little help for these clowns. Respect is not accept or recognize. Elected strucutres is not new officials.

Author — Tim Kim

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We will see what is going to happen with Uckrane if they come to the EU. Ireland is coming out of a big crisis. Grece, Potugal, Spain and Italy broke, now is France. We have around 15/20 % unemployment. We will have 36% Taxes till 2016, they are cutting our retirement pensions, salaries decreased drastically to the minimum possible. Really I don't understand what they are expecting from UE. Even UE in broken apart, people in Europe are revolted with the way they are handling things.

Author — Maria Joao Lencastre