December 3, the March for Impeachment took place in Kyiv, in which, according to various estimates, from 2.5 to 20 thousand people took part.
Participants in the march demanded the abolishment of parliamentary immunity, the creation of an anti-corruption court, the approval of a new electoral system, and the adoption of the Law "On impeachment of the President of Ukraine".
According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs, only 2.5 thousand people took part in the march, but some of the organizers of the action ("Movement of new forces" of Mikheil Saakashvili) claim that about 20 thousand people gathered for the action.
Former Deputy Prosecutor General David Sakvarelidze also believes that law enforcement officers and mass media have significantly understated the number of participants in the rally.
As a demonstration of the mass event, Sakvarelidze published a photo that is intended to show that more people came to the action than the security officers claimed.
The "Movement of New Forces" stated that the number of protesters was much bigger, about 20 thousand.
According to ex-president of Georgia and former head of Odesa City Administration Mikheil Saakashvili, this march was the most mass rally in Ukraine since the times of the Revolution of Dignity.
Reference: December 3, March for impeachment started in the capital’s Taras Shevchenko park.
During the procession people shouted: "Impeachment, Impeachment ...!", "Get up!", "Gang go away!", "Glory to Ukraine - glory to the Heroes!" and other. They held flags of Ukraine, Georgia, red-black banners and other symbols in their hands.
Earlier Saakashvili said that Ukraine needs a new government and a new power, which he is ready to lead. Also, the politician said that he intends to "wait for the authorities' response" until December 3.