BBC is reporting that Viktor Yushchenko is considering suspending his decree that dissolved parliament and ordered a May 27 election. In exchange, Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich and his supporters would ostensibly agree to early elections, though at a later date. In the meantime, the current parliament would be reinstated.
It sounds like a typical Yushchenko compromise, but the upshot is that such a decision would mean that Yanukovich's tactic of putting his supporters in the streets of Kiev has worked. If Yushchenko goes through with this, I can guarantee you that his erstwhile ally, Yulia Tymoshenko, will be furious.
So will a lot of people who finally thought their President had taken a stand.