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Old 13th February 2015, 18:43
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You mean like the Minsk I treaty?

The one that UA shopped any offensive shooting and went into defense mode and the terrorists kept shooting and advancing? That one like this one isn't worth the paper it's printed on.

Russia is still sending arms and supplies into UA yet the cease fire starts Saturday. Why? (if they were serious about it)
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12:03 06.03.2015 INTERFAX-UKRAINE
Revival parliamentary group led by ex-members of Regions Party formed in Rada

The Vidrodzhennia (Revival) parliamentary group has been created in the Verkhovna Rada of the 8th convocation, it is co-chaired by Vitaliy Khomutynnyk, Viktor Bondar and Valeriy Pysarenko.

Relevant announcement was made by Deputy Speaker Oksana Syroid at a parliamentary meeting on Friday.

The group consists of 22 MPs.

Khomutynnyk previously headed by the Economic Development parliamentary group in the parliament of the 7th and 8th convocation. The group was made mostly of members of the Party of Regions faction in the Verkhovna Rada of the 7th convocation. On March 5, the Economic Development group decided to disband.
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09:36 27.07.2015 INTERFAX UKRAINE
Various exit polls put Poroshenko Bloc candidate, Kolomoisky's associate ahead of others in Rada by-election in Chernihiv

A parliamentary candidate from Petro Poroshenko Bloc, Serhiy Berezenko, has mustered 31.4% of the vote, according to an exit poll conducted in the Sunday parliamentary by-election in constituency No. 205 (Chernihiv) by the Socis Center for Social and Marketing Research for the Ukrainian Electorate Committee.

Meanwhile, according to the findings of an exit poll by the Inter television channel on Sunday evening, Berezenko's main rival, Hennadiy Korban of the Ukrainian Union of Patriots has won 17.1% of the vote.

Svoboda All-Ukrainian Union candidate Andriy Mischenko has come third, with 10% of the vote, and Ihor Andriychenko of the Democratic Alliance is in the fourth place, with 9%.

Independents Volodymyr Zub and Mykola Zverev came fifth and sixth (with 7% and 6.4%, respectively), Opposition Bloc's Oleksiy Demianenko is in the seventh place (4.5%).

The other candidates mustered less than 3% each.

The exit poll interviewed a total of 2,011 people.

Meanwhile, according to an exit poll by Dobrochyn, a Chernihiv-based public organization, Korban, who is a close associate of Ihor Kolomoisky, mustered 22.8% of the vote in the Sunday parliamentary by-election in Chernihiv.

According to our poll, Poroshenko Bloc candidate Berezenko came second, having mustered 14.6% of the vote, Dobrochyn deputy chief Oleksandr Pidhorny told a press conference after the voting ended in Chernihiv on Sunday, an Interfax-Ukraine correspondent reported.
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Old 12th September 2015, 11:13
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Ukraine’s Reform Program

For those of you wishing to keep their finger on the pulse of Ukraine's political scene Arseniy Yatsenyuk, Prime Minister of Ukraine gives an interesting and enlightening presentation followed by a demanding question and answer session. (42 minutes).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mkv__maVKU4
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Old 13th September 2015, 03:31
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For those of you wishing to keep their finger on the pulse of Ukraine's political scene Arseniy Yatsenyuk, Prime Minister of Ukraine gives an interesting and enlightening presentation followed by a demanding question and answer session. (42 minutes).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mkv__maVKU4
Very interesting forum. Not easy questions. I loved when he was asked about the coalition, and when he said, frankly i'd rather keep talking about oligarchs then the so called coalition.
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As time drifts by it is becoming less convincing that the RADA have full initiative to get on top of corruption and are prepared to bide their time hoping that memories will dim and that passed governmental crimes within Ukraine will be forgotten. One can only conclude that from this tardiness there are too many current members of parliament with skeletons in the cupboard and that keeping their heads down is the best way of avoiding some future embarrassment.

The need to get on top of corruption has been voiced by both the US and EU authorities and it should be remembered that these benefactors are now the pit props of the Ukraine economy and future funding is dependent on the performance of the RADA. I'm also sure that any progress, or lack of it is being noted by the Ukrainian electorate who understand that whilst many among their current leadership may leave much to be desired, to cause any significant agitation will only benefit the Putin brigade who still live among them and are trained to exploit any cracks opening up to the disadvantage of Ukrainian patriots and to the advantage of the Kremlin.
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