We just got back from going down to the square. There were more people than at any other time I have gone down. People were everywhere. They say there is a million of them. I don't know what a million people looks like. But I do know there are more people there than I have ever seen in one place in my life.
I thought they might begin to disperse after the announcement of the negotiations. But regardless of how they characterize it anywhere else, it was really a demand. Yuschenko and supporters have given them a day or two to come up with a plan for new elections. And he has asked people to stay on the square and for more to join them.
There has also been a call go out on the radio for supplies for the Yanukovych supporters out at the train station. They are apparently without anything. Looks like Yanukovych has left them to fend for themselves. Ten thousand men at the train station brought in by Yanukovych. Beautiful.