· here is no trust of the people in the new government (2:35)· all of them in the new government have a dirty past (2:50)· the trust level (towards the new government) is absolutely low (3:20)· enormous pressure against (party of the region) members of parliament (3:40)· "uninvited visitors" enter in the night on party members (3:50)· journalists who were with me saw during the day that one member of parliament was just beaten in front of the parliament (4:00)· people will not leave the street before *real* reforms start, it is not enough that there is just change of government (4:20)· the same Olga (from a civil society group) told me that people killed by snipers on both sides, among policemen and people on the street, that they were the same snipers killing people from both sides, she showed me some photos and said she has a medical doctor and that it is the same handwriting and the same type of bullets and it is disturbing that the new coalition now don't want to investigate (8:25)· There is now stronger and stronger understanding that behind snipers it was not Yanukovich but it was somebody from the new coalition. (8:55)· it discredited itself from the very beginning this new coalition (9:20)
"Myself I saw only protesters. I do not know the type of wounds suffered by military people," "I think you can only say something like this on the basis of fact. It's not correct and its not good to do this. It should be based on fact."
She added that the new government in Kiev had assured her that a criminal investigation had begun although she had not direct contact with it so far.
"I was a doctor helping to save people on the square. There were 15 people killed on the first day by snipers. They were shot directly to the heart, brain and arteries. There were more than 40 the next day, 12 of them died in my arms," she concluded.