As reported by Censor.NET's correspondent, security measures have been stepped up outside the parliament building. The entire perimeter is sealed off by police officers who are searching people crossing the square in front of the Verkhovna Rada.
The square is attended by around 200 activists carrying Svoboda and Ordinary People Party banners. They hold posters reading "Yatseniuk governs - Putіn applauds," "How to earn a billion in a country at war? Ask Yatseniuk."
According to Svoboda MP Andrii Ilienko, who addressed the crowd through loudspeaker, today the parliament will be presented a report by the "government of looters."
"They negotiated during the whole night," he said, meaning the representatives of the coalition factions. According to him, they obviously agreed to leave things as they are.