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Madres de soldados ucranianos bloquean los barracones para que sus hijos no sean enviados a Kiev

By DMO Affiliate
En la ciudad de Lviv, en el oeste del pa¯¯s, cientos de personas rodean desde hace d¯¯as unos barracones de las fuerzas del ministerio del Interior, para impedir que los hombres que est¯¯n all¯¯ sean enviados al infierno de Kiev. Las madres de los soldados, que forman el grueso de la protesta, han firmado una petici¯¯n dirigida a los mandos militares y al presidente de Ucrania, para que sus hijos no tomen parte en los enfrentamientos en la capital. ¯¯¯Mi hijo me cont¯¯ que un soldado fue golpeado por unos individuos cuando estaba fuera del barrac¯¯n. Tengo miedo por mi hijo. S¯¯lo tiene 25 a¯¯os¯¯¯, explica Lidiya Semerenko. El bloqueo se mantiene de d¯¯a y de noche, con temperaturas que han alcanzado los 14 grados bajo cero. Las noticias tr¯¯gicas sobre lo que est¯¯ ocurriendo en Kiev han movilizado todav¯¯a a m¯¯s gente. Los soldados han conseguido pasar un mensaje en un papel que dice: ¯¯¯Seguid bloqueando. Qued¯¯os ah¯¯, no os vay¯¯is. Eso es lo que est¯¯n esperando¯¯¯. Sot1 Igor, Lviv resident: we have switched from unfinished rotten capitalism to feudalism where there are a feodal and his slaves. Sot 2 Ivan, lviv resident: Mister Azarov (PM), stop calling us terrorists! We are free people! We want to live free, peacefully in our country. Don¯¯¯t make us fear calling us terrorists and don¯¯¯t kill our children what you are already doing there. Sot 3 Lidiya Semerenko, mother of a soldier doing his service in Lviv: When the alarm was announced they called and brought him to this military unit. It was 3 days ago. Since I haven¯¯¯t seen him... I call him once a day. He says they have to go to Kyiv but they don¯¯¯t go right now. He told me there was one soldier who was beaten outside the barrack and the attackers called him ¯¯¯titushko¯¯¯ (it¯¯¯s how now Ukrainians call sport guys payed by ruling party to attack demonstrators). He was beaten. And I¯¯¯m scared about my son, he¯¯¯s 25 years old. Sot 4 Oleksandr, Lviv resident: I think that if some respectable and fair officers and soldiers submit resignation requests in order to protest against recent events it could bring some changes. But if this military unit gets a strict order to go to Kyiv they are able to do everything for that, they can dismantle this blockage in 10 minutes using military vehicles. Everything depends on them, on the question if they have conscience, honor and pride for their people to whom they have sworn. Stand up Mykhaylo Dubyak: Tragic news from Kyiv mobilized even more people here in Lviv. Activists are surrounding and blocking 3 military units Activists have received from military a message on a piece of paper. ¯¯¯Block us, stand there, do not go. They are just waiting for this.¯¯¯
Madres de soldados ucranianos bloquean los barracones para que sus hijos no sean enviados a Kiev





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