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Klitschko says it's time protesters leave Maidan

He's just been elected mayor of Kiev. Now boxer-turned politician Vitaly Klitschko is sitting down with protesters saying it is time to turn the page. (SOUNDBITE) (Ukrainian) BOXING CHAMPION AND KIEV MAYOR-ELECT, VITALY KLITSCHKO, SAYING: "We have new authorities, Yanukovich is not here any longer. We, the Ukrainians have elected a new president. Ukrainians and residents of Kiev have elected a new city council and a Kiev mayor. What we need today is for the city of Kiev and for the country to start working again, to return to normal life." As he tours the mayor's office, there are signs of the months of turmoil in Ukraine that left more than 100 people dead in Kiev last winter. Not everyone is ready to give up the fight. (SOUNDBITE) (Ukrainian) KHMELNITSKY RESIDENT ON MAIDAN, YURA, SAYING: "Yes, we do need to return to normal life but we can only do it once calm and stability returns in the east of the country. Because at the moment in some places

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