Check out Friday's 'Svoboda na Interi' TV broadcast.
In an assured performance, VR speaker Volodymyr Lytvyn alleges that the recent oblast rada election results in Ternopil were 'manufactured' [zrobleni]. [About 17 minutes into the clip.] He calls the machinations 'a fact'. Furthermore, he is disturbed that the appropriate authorities have not uttered a word of protest or 'raised the alarm', but, all of a sudden, many are now keen on early presidential elections, having gotten away with their election fraud in Ternopil.
He points out the the dilemma faced by PoR, who organised not entirely successful anti-government demonstrations on Friday: "We have people, who rule over almost half of the country, who are striking. Against whom are they striking?" In his words, it is those same owners of the large enterprises who cannot organise work for their employees and cannot provide for the sociological needs of their workers.
He makes a powerfully expressed appeal to PoR not to block the working of VR next week, and suggests they propose a parliamentary motion in favour of early parliamentary and presidential elections. If this was the start of his presidential campaign, it was pretty impressive.