That in not accurate. While Yanukovich was elected rather fairly he was elected into a different position as by 2004 constitutional President did not have much power. The amendment was passed after the Orange revolution and 90% of the legislators voted for it. He managed to use his limited power together with corrupt judges to overturn the constitution claiming there had been procedural errors 6 years ago and started to use the old 1996 constitution, that gave him very large powers.
It began to became clear that he is consolidating his power and there might be no more fair elections ever.
He was also impeached by legal parliament, who had given up on him. Also the 2004 constitution was restored. And new elections were scheduled. Russia tries to paint it as a coup and the new government a junta, but it might be the first time when the first decision of a junta is scheduling early elections.
Exactly. It is not our monkey. We don’t know enough about it to intervene one way or another.