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On February 22, 2014, there was a power shift in Ukraine that had the attributes of a coup d'etat.The Ukrainian parliament, the Verkhovna Rada, ousted then President Viktor Yanukovych from power, changed the constitution, and set new presidential election for May 25.On February 23, 2014, a Verkhovna Rada resolution appointed speaker Oleksandr Turchynov as acting president.The coup and the rise to power of a new anti-Russia government, triggered rallies in cities in Ukraine's south and southeast in defense of the Russian-speaking population, with many waving Russian flags.

The city council voted for the creation of an executive committee headed by Aleksei Chaly.Since February 24, 2014, the city residents have been holding rallies in the city center in support of Chaly.Ukrainian military units have also been picketed with appeals not to turn weapons on the people.On February 25, 2014, pro-Russian Crimean residents launched an open-ended rally outside the Supreme Council building demanding that legislators not recognize the new leadership that had come to power after riots and unrest in Kiev.

The participants of the rally also called for the restoration of the 1992 Crimean Constitution according to which the republic should have its own president and independent foreign policy.

The protesters also called for a referendum for Crimean residents to be able to choose the direction of the region's further development, either as an autonomous republic within Ukraine, or as an independent state, or as part of Russia.