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After a weekend in which the country's president disappeared - there is now an arrest warrant issued for him - and former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko was released from prison, huge change has swept through Kiev and the country as a whole. But there is division in the opposition over Ms Tymoshenko and pro-Russian groups have staged protests in ethnically Russian-majority Crimea; Russia's PM has said he doubts the legitimacy of Ukraine's new leaders. So what do you think the country's temporary government should be looking to do?