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Opposition MPs debate at the Ukrainian parliament in Kiev on January 29, 2014 before the vote of a law that would grant an amnesty to protesters arrested during the country's crisis. The majority Regions Party backed the law with 232 deputies voting for and 11 against, after a rare closed-door meeting with President Viktor Yanukovych. However, the opposition did not vote, as they were unhappy that the law requires that protestors vacate buildings they have occupied in Kiev before it takes effect. A total of 173 MPs present in the parliament did not vote. AFP PHOTO / SERGEI SUPINSKYSERGEI SUPINSKY/AFP/Getty Images
Opposition MPs debate at the Ukrainian parliament in Kiev on January 29, 2014 before the vote of a law that would grant an amnesty to protesters arrested during the country's crisis. The majority Regions Party backed the law with 232 deputies voting for and 11 against, after a rare closed-door meeting with President Viktor Yanukovych. However, the opposition did not vote, as they were unhappy that the law requires that protestors vacate buildings they have occupied in Kiev before it takes effect. A total of 173 MPs present in the parliament did not vote. AFP PHOTO / SERGEI SUPINSKYSERGEI SUPINSKY/AFP/Getty Images

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