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    Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy shocked the nation when he claimed that the current parliament (formed during ex-President Poroshenko's rule) had 4% approval rate. He named it as "the main reason" for dissolving the parliament and calling for snap elections, which are now scheduled to take place on July 21.

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    Nadiya Savchenko, terrorist or not?
    The story of what has happened to her since - including being accused of plotting to blow up Kiev's parliament - is as strange as the recent course of Ukrainian politics.

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      Former NBU Head Gontareva on Threats from Kolomoisky and PrivatBank Nationalization
      London, UK - Valeria Gontareva, the former head of the National Bank of Ukraine, wants to go home. Amid "consistent threats" from oligarch Kolomoisky (who just returned to Ukraine from exile following Zelenskyy's victory in the 2019 Presidential Elections), she sat down with Hromadske and BBC Ukraine to defend the nationalization of PrivatBank, discuss Zelenskyy's presidency and explain why she can't go back to Ukraine.

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        Volodymyr Zelensky's Servant of the People party has won 227 seats in the 450-seat parliament, securing a thin majority.
        Kiev, Ukraine - "Ukraine's funniest man" may become its most powerful post-Soviet ruler after his nascent party of political first-timers and B-list politicians narrowly won a parliament majority, according to preliminary results released on Monday.

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