The latest shot has just been fired in the protests in the Ukraine, as President Viktor Yanukovych fired his army chief and replaced him with the chief of his navy. Bloomberg reports that one decree on Yanukovych’s website said he had fired both the army chief Volodymyr Zaman and the navy chief Yuriy Ilyin. However, a second decree named Ilyin as the new army chief.
Ukraine aims for martial law
At this point it is unclear exactly why these changes were made. However, Yanukovych has granted the Ukrainian military new laws under a new anti-terrorism operation. Bloomberg reports that the move came after one region in the Ukraine declared independence from the president’s government.
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According to Yanukovych’s secret service, they began carrying out the anti-terrorism order with the goal of restoring order and protecti