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  • Yushchenko sees 'orange' coalition (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/31/2006
  • Ukraine leader expects pro-Western allies to reunite (AFP/Yahoo) 03/31/2006
  • Orange Forces May Not Support Yushchenko. By Natasha Lisova (AP/Yahoo) 03/31/2006
  • Ukraine leader speaks with US vice president amid coalition talks (AFP/Yahoo) 03/31/2006
  • Radical Ukrainian nationalism and the war in Chechnya. By Andrew McGregor (Jamestown Foundation) 03/31/2006
  • Experts assess Ukraine's parliamentary elections (BRAMA) 03/31/2006
  • Експерти у США аналізують українські вибори. Мирослава Ґонґадзе (VOA) 03/31/2006
  • Вибори-2006. Час виправляти помилки. Микола Томенко (Україна молода) 03/31/2006
  • Склад майбутньої Верховної Ради. Повний список [3/30/06] (Україна молода) 03/31/2006
  • Виборча кампанія була дорожчою за попередню (Deutsche Welle) 03/31/2006
  • Yushchenko assures US of pro-West course (Ukrainian Journal) 03/31/2006
  • Richest Ukrainian Pledges Strong GDP (AP/Moscow Times) 03/31/2006
  • Opinion: Whose Ukraine? By Viktor Erofeyev (IH Tribune) 03/31/2006
  • Ladies fіrst, або бідна Юля (Українська правда) 03/31/2006
  • Михайло Ратушний: Майбутня коаліція має бути без дідівщини. Учасник парламентської комісії з нагляду за виборами підбиває підсумки кампанії (Україна молода) 03/31/2006
  • Єхануров: політики повинні повернутися з війни (BBC Ukrainian) 03/31/2006
  • ЦВК: остаточні результати будуть у квітні (BBC Ukrainian) 03/31/2006
  • CEC Counts 100% Of Voting Protocols: Party Of Regions 32.12%, Tymoshenko Bloc 22.27%, Our Ukraine 13.94%, SPU 5.67%, CPU 3.66% (Українські новини) 03/31/2006
  • РЕЗУЛЬТАТИ ВИБОРІВ. Остаточні попередні результати (Українська правда) 03/31/2006
  • Commission ends vote counting, says five parties may enter Parliament (Ukrainian Journal) 03/31/2006

  • Юлiя Тимошенко – гість Російської служби Голосу Америки (VOA) 03/30/2006
  • Експерти у США аналізують українські вибори (VOA) 03/30/2006
  • Ахметов про умови коалiцiї з Нашою Україною (VOA) 03/30/2006
  • Тимошенко каже про таємнi коалiцiйнi розмови (VOA) 03/30/2006
  • Процес формування коалiцiї затягується (VOA) 03/30/2006
  • U.S. Envoy Contrasts Belarus with Flourishing Democracy in Ukraine (USDOS) 03/30/2006
  • Gas Deal Roils Ukraine and May Have Cut Leader's Vote. By Steven Lee Myers and Andrew E. Kramer (NY Times) 03/30/2006
  • Revolutions gone astray in Eurasia (Asia Times) 03/30/2006
  • Small quake in Ukraine, not many hurt (Trinidad Express) 03/30/2006
  • Ex-premier [Yulia Tymoshenko] of Ukraine vows softer approach to business. By Tom Warner (Financial Times) 03/30/2006
  • Photo: Ukraine's former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko speaks during a news conference in Kiev, March 30, 2006. The Central Election Commission issued results for Ukraine's parliamentary election with 99.52 percent of the vote counted giving Tymoshenko block 22.26 percent of the vote. (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/30/2006
  • Ukraine's richest man pledges to reverse sluggish economy if pro-Russian party takes power (AP/Kyiv Post) 03/30/2006
  • Photo: Rinat Akhmetov, an eastern Ukrainian steel and coal magnate who is considered Viktor Yanukovych's main financial backer, speaks to the media in Kiev, Ukraine, Thursday, March 30, 2006. Ukraine's richest man pledged Thursday to reverse the country's sluggish economy and respect all post-Soviet privatization deals if his pro-Russian party returns to power. (AP/Yahoo) 03/30/2006
  • Former Prime Minister [Tymoshenko] Lauds Ukraine's 'First Honest Elections in Fifteen Years' (VOA) 03/30/2006
  • Orange is not the only colour. Russian speakers in Ukraine's Crimean peninsula have helped vote out Viktor Yushchenko, writes Tom Parfitt (Guardian) 03/30/2006
  • No major changes as vote-counting in Ukraine nears completion [99.9%] (Interfax-Russia) 03/30/2006
  • Chernovetskiy calls for protests as Kiev mayor seeks to cancel vote (Ukrainian Journal) 03/30/2006
  • Фініш виборів в малюнках (Українська правда) 03/30/2006
  • Український цуг-цванг (Українська правда) 03/30/2006
  • Чи стане Тимошенко прем’єром, а Безсмертний спікером? Рейтинги від 'Української правди' (Українська правда) 03/30/2006
  • Політичні кольори України (Високий замок) 03/30/2006
  • П'ятірка лідерів виборів лишається незмінною (BBC Ukrainian) 03/30/2006
  • Останній ривок (Львівська газета) 03/30/2006
  • 'Наша Україна' не поспішає підписувати 'помаранчевий' меморандум (Deutsche Welle) 03/30/2006
  • Повний перерахунок? Не смішіть! (Україна молода) 03/30/2006
  • Ukraine to keep pro-Western course, reforms, Prime Minister says (Ukrainian Journal) 03/30/2006
  • Photo: Oleg A. Palchikov, the managing director of a company [RosUkrEnergo] now set to control Ukraine's natural gas, is registered as living at this home outside Moscow where the residents say they have never heard of him. (NY Times) 03/30/2006

  • Преса неоднозначно пише про Тимошенко (VOA) 03/29/2006
  • Election defeat a cold shower for Yushchenko. By Oleg Varfolomeyev (Eurasia Daily Monitor) 03/29/2006
  • Колишнiй посол Пайфер коментує вибори (VOA) 03/29/2006
  • Аутсайдери хочуть перерахунку голосiв (VOA) 03/29/2006
  • Ukraine history hits home (Courier Post) 03/29/2006
  • Russia, West weigh in on Ukraine coalition talks (AFP/Yahoo) 03/29/2006
  • Today: [NYC Briefing] Ukraine's 2006 Parliamentary Elections: Implications for Business and the International Community (BRAMA) 03/29/2006
  • Ukraine leader meets rivals for coalition talks after election rout (AFP/Yahoo) 03/29/2006
  • 'Orange' coalition could face pro-Russian party opposition (RIA) 03/29/2006
  • Rice: We will work with any Ukrainian government (Forum) 03/29/2006
  • Ukraine's military respects secret ballot (UPI) 03/29/2006
  • Tymoshenko Says Yekhanurov Holds Talks With Yanukovych, Kliuev On Coalition Creation (Українські новини) 03/29/2006
  • Ukraine election official: Disorganization, not fraud, causes lengthy vote count (AP/Kyiv Post) 03/29/2006
  • Party of Regions of Ukraine lead growing [96% counted] (Interfax-Russia) 03/29/2006
  • Photo: Central Election Commission head Yaroslav Davydovych speaks to the media in Kiev, Ukraine, Wednesday, March 29, 2006. Ukraine's election chief on Wednesday blamed the slow vote count following the weekend parliamentary election on disorganization and denied mounting allegations from Ukrainian parties that the delay reflected an attempt to manipulate the results. (AP/Yahoo) 03/29/2006
  • Photo: A TV crewman rests in Central Election Commission in Kiev, Ukraine, Wednesday, March 29, 2006. Some 65 hours after Ukraine's more than 34,000 polling stations locked their doors, Ukraine is still waiting to hear the official word on who won Sunday's parliamentary race. (AP/Yahoo) 03/29/2006
  • Photo: Members of Central Election Commission seen during their meeting in Kiev, Ukraine, Wednesday, March 29, 2006. The Central Election Commission's lengthy vote continued Wednesday, with just more than 94 percent of the votes counted. (AP/Yahoo) 03/29/2006
  • Photo: Pre-election leaflet of Ukraine's former Prime Minister Tymoshenko is seen at entrace of collective kitchen in Chernobyl (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/29/2006
  • Tymoshenko bloc claims vote rigging, to contest Ukraine election results (RIA) 03/29/2006
  • Election losers in Ukraine demand ballot recount (RIA) 03/29/2006
  • Yushchenko Meets With Former Ally, Old Foe (AP/Yahoo) 03/29/2006
  • Orange Revolution Chiefs Face Hard Choices (AP/Yahoo) 03/29/2006
  • Parties focus on pro-Western coalition (Ukrainian Journal) 03/29/2006
  • Yanukovych group emerges as winner in Crimean vote, may form govt (Ukrainian Journal) 03/29/2006
  • Ukraine president in post-poll talks. By Tom Warner and Stefan Wagstyl (Financial Times) 03/29/2006
  • Ruslana is ready to take her seat in the Parliament (Forum) 03/29/2006

  • Вже йдуть розмови про можливi коалiцiї (VOA) 03/28/2006
  • МВС не помітило жодних фальсифікацій (VOA) 03/28/2006
  • Return of Ukraine alliance in doubt. Heroine of revolution calls on ex-comrade to resist pro-Moscow victor (AP/Denver Post) 03/28/2006
  • EU Monitors Praise Ukraine's Election Conduct (RFE/RL) 03/28/2006
  • Former Ukrainian Premier [Tymoshenko] Says Will Meet President on Coalition (Bloomberg) 03/28/2006
  • Ukraine leader gropes for way out of tough spot after key poll (AFP/Yahoo) 03/28/2006
  • Op-ed: Ukraine shows democracy's whims (Baltimore Sun) 03/28/2006
  • Coalition formalities to be settled within week - Tymoshenko (Interfax-Russia) 03/28/2006
  • Party of Regions leading with 30.04% of the vote in Ukraine (Part 2) (Interfax-Russia) 03/28/2006
  • Our Ukraine won't coalesce with Party of Regions - official (Interfax-Russia) 03/28/2006
  • Party of Regions leading with 29.74% of the vote in Ukraine (Part 2) (Interfax-Russia) 03/28/2006
  • Chernovetski [Kyiv mayor-elect] Threatened Journalists (UNIAN) 03/28/2006
  • Ukraine poll drives former allies into each other's arms. By Adrian Blomfield (Daily Telegraph) 03/28/2006
  • Помаранчева чи сіро-буро-малинова? (Високий замок) 03/28/2006
  • Весна іде, косу несе...«Помаранчеві» готуються утворити коаліцію (Україна молода) 03/28/2006
  • «Сюрпризи», які прогнозувалися...Для соціологів результати голосування несподіваними не стали (Україна молода) 03/28/2006
  • «Голоснули» — і забули...Під час виборів українці рвали одне одному бюлетені, не знаходили себе у списках, помирали просто на дільницях і змушували відомих політиків стояти у довжелезних чергах (Україна молода) 03/28/2006
  • Вибори в Криму: неофіційні підрахунки (BBC Ukrainian) 03/28/2006
  • Украдена перемога? (Українська правда) 03/28/2006
  • Справедливість, як вона є (Українська правда) 03/28/2006
  • Відсутність Литвина в Раді: причини невдачі (BBC Ukrainian) 03/28/2006
  • Переможці виборів вибирають партнерів у коаліцію (BBC Ukrainian) 03/28/2006
  • Ukraine braces for new coalition (BBC) 03/28/2006
  • Advantage Tymoshenko, As Coalition Talks Off To Slow Start (RFE/RL) 03/28/2006
  • Ukraine leader meets rivals in coalition talks after losing key poll (AFP/Yahoo) 03/28/2006
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko, left, and Viktor Yanukovych seen during their talks in Kiev, Ukraine, Tuesday, March 28, 2006. Yushchenko began a series of talks Tuesday on forming a parliament majority by hosting his Orange Revolution enemy Viktor Yanukovych in a meeting that could dim hopes of a reunion of the revolutionary allies turned rivals. (AP/Yahoo) 03/28/2006
  • Tymoshenko stakes her claim to power after election success. By Stefan Wagstyl and Tom Warner (Financial Times) 03/28/2006
  • Yushchenko under pressure to reunite orange front (Guardian) 03/28/2006
  • A Patchwork Orange in Ukraine (Der Spiegel) 03/28/2006
  • Ukraine Teeters Between Two Futures After Voting (LA Times) 03/28/2006
  • Op-ed: Orange election (IH Tribune) 03/28/2006
  • Editorial: The future is still orange (Daily Telegraph) 03/28/2006
  • Heroine of the Orange revolution seeks return as Prime Minister. By Andrew Osborn (Independent) 03/28/2006
  • Op-ed: Mary Dejevsky: So what went wrong with the orange revolution? (Independent) 03/28/2006
  • Observer: Orange and red-faced (Financial Times) 03/28/2006
  • Editorial: Piece Orange together (Financial Times) 03/28/2006
  • This one is a dummy, dummy (Financial Times) 03/28/2006
  • After Vote, Ukraine Faces Uncertainty Over Coalition. By Steven Lee Myers (NY Times) 03/28/2006
  • Ukraine press gloomy after polls (BBC) 03/28/2006
  • Ukraine Head Meets With Political Adversary (AP/Fox News) 03/28/2006
  • Ukraine's fiery ex-PM puts pressure on president. By Ron Popeski (Reuters) 03/28/2006
  • Ukraine president chairs coalition talks after poll. By Ron Popeski (Reuters) 03/28/2006
  • Ukrainian President Tries to Reunite Team (AP/Yahoo) 03/28/2006

  • Ukrainian elections free and fair, consolidating democratic breakthrough (OSCE) 03/27/2006
  • OSCE Chairman Karel De Gucht welcomes free and fair conduct of elections in Ukraine (OSCE) 03/27/2006
  • United States Says Ukrainian Elections Seem To Be 'Free and Fair'. Official says preliminary results do not signify repudiation of Orange Revolution (USDOS) 03/27/2006
  • [AUDIO] President's Party Fares Poorly in Ukraine Elections (NPR) 03/27/2006
  • Orange majority could have between 229 and 257 deputies (Ukrayinska Pravda) 03/27/2006
  • Перша реакцiя США на вибори в Українi (VOA) 03/27/2006
  • Klitschko concedes in mayoral race (AP/SI) 03/27/2006
  • Yanukovich leads in Ukraine with half votes counted (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/27/2006
  • Ukraine's Orange hero loses zest (BBC) 03/27/2006
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko seen during his meeting with the President of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly Pierre Lellouche in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 03/27/2006
  • Ukraine vote was 'free and fair': White House (AFP/Yahoo) 03/27/2006
  • U.S. Says Ukraine Elections Were Fair (AP/Yahoo) 03/27/2006
  • Ukraine election will not affect rating-Moody's (Reuters) 03/27/2006
  • Image: Graphic shows exit poll results for Ukrainian elections. (AP/Yahoo) 03/27/2006
  • New Jersey Ukrainians get on the bus to exercise democracy (North Jersey) 03/27/2006
  • NATO Official Says Europe Should Stick By Ukraine [AFP] (RFE/RL) 03/27/2006
  • Ukraine leaders jostle for power (BBC) 03/27/2006
  • Orange revolution will survive if old bedfellows get together. By Helen Womack (The Age) 03/27/2006
  • Tough choices for Ukraine president after poll humiliation (AFP/Yahoo) 03/27/2006
  • Ukraine's Timoshenko May Return as Premier After Vote (Update2) (Bloomberg) 03/27/2006
  • Yushchenko reels from key vote, set to reunite 'orange' team (AFP/Yahoo) 03/27/2006
  • Ukraine 'orange' liberals mull coalition after poll (Reuters) 03/27/2006
  • Profile: Yulia Tymoshenko (BBC) 03/27/2006
  • Ukraine's Tymoshenko seeks to head coalition (Reuters) 03/27/2006
  • Chernovetsky leads in Kyiv mayoral vote (Interfax-Russia) 03/27/2006
  • Photo: Members of the election commission empty a ballot box at a polling station in Kiev, Ukraine, Monday, March 27, 2006. The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe on Monday declared Ukraine's parliamentary elections 'free and fair' and said they had strengthened the ex-Soviet nation's democratic course. (AP/Yahoo) 03/27/2006
  • One million Ukrainian voters unable to cast ballots - elections commission (Interfax-Russia) 03/27/2006
  • Tymoshenko Wants to Cancel Russia-Ukraine Gas Agreement (MosNews) 03/27/2006
  • Ukraine divided as pro-Moscow party rallies. By Adrian Blomfield (Daily Telegraph) 03/27/2006
  • Ukraine voters punish president (BBC) 03/27/2006
  • Election may set Ukraine on pro-Russia course (Irish Examiner) 03/27/2006
  • Yanukovich makes sweeping advance in Ukraine election (The Scotsman) 03/27/2006
  • Yushchenko scorned as Ukraine turns its back on the orange revolution. By Andrew Osborn (Independent) 03/27/2006
  • Ruling Party Suffers Rout in Ukraine. By Peter Finn (Wash Post) 03/27/2006
  • Over 67% citizens of Ukraine took part in the election (Forum) 03/27/2006
  • [PDF] Вибори в Україні відповідають міжнародним стандартам (IRI) 03/27/2006
  • Ukrainian Elections Meet International Standards (IRI) 03/27/2006
  • Fighting for freedom of the press (News-Miner) 03/27/2006
  • Українці Німеччини проголосували мляво (Deutsche Welle) 03/27/2006
  • Безсмертний: провладна сила погодиться на висунення кандидатури Юлії Тимошенко на посаду прем’єр-міністра (Deutsche Welle) 03/27/2006
  • Тимошенко: коаліція БЮТ з Соцпартією та «Нашою Україною» забезпечує перемогу над Партією регіонів (Deutsche Welle) 03/27/2006
  • Підрахунок голосів на виборах до Верховної Ради затягується (Deutsche Welle) 03/27/2006
  • CEC Counts 30.13% Of Voting Protocols: Party Of Regions 26.17%, Tymoshenko Bloc 23.73%, Our Ukraine 16.85%, SPU 7.3%, CPU 3.46% (Українські новини) 03/27/2006
  • Has Orange Revolution Received New Lease On Life? By Jan Maksymiuk (RFE/RL) 03/27/2006
  • Yanukovych Set To Win Poll, But Not Majority (RFE/RL) 03/27/2006
  • Q&A: why Yushchenko suffered at polls (The Times) 03/27/2006
  • President may form coalition with man he deposed. From Jeremy Page (The Times) 03/27/2006
  • Reeling Ukraine president considers coalition (Guardian) 03/27/2006
  • Ukraine blogs on (Guardian) 03/27/2006
  • EU urges new Ukraine government to continue path to forge closer ties (AP/Kyiv Post) 03/27/2006
  • Ukraine investors worry Tymoshenko may come back (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/27/2006
  • Old guard promises voters end to Ukraine's rift. By Tom Warner (Financial Times) 03/27/2006
  • Shock in Ukraine. By Stefan Wagstyl and Tom Warner (Financial Times) 03/27/2006
  • Yushchenko humiliation heralds long uncertainty. By Stefan Wagstyl and Tom Warner (Financial Times) 03/27/2006
  • Reform Leader Suffers Setback In Ukraine Vote. By Steven Lee Myers (NY Times) 03/27/2006
  • No Clear Winner in Ukraine. An ex-premier appears to be leading, but lacks a majority. Three parties that lean to the West may have enough seats for a ruling coalition. (LA Times) 03/27/2006
  • Pro-Russia bloc ahead in Ukraine. Elections signal setback for West (Chicago Tribune) 03/27/2006
  • Yanukovych Bests Ex-Orange Revolution (Der Spiegel) 03/27/2006
  • Ukraine's Orange revolution turns blue (Mail & Guardian) 03/27/2006
  • Ukraine president slows down rush to coalition. By Olena Horodetska (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/27/2006
  • Orange Revolution Team Face Former Nemesis. By Natasha Lisova (AP/Yahoo) 03/27/2006
  • Ukrainian elections free and fair, consolidating democratic breakthrough (OSCE) 03/27/2006
  • Leftist leader [Vitrenko], unhappy with exit poll, calls for street protests (Ukrainian Journal) 03/27/2006
  • Tymoshenko, seen as next PM, vows to cancel Ukraine-Russia gas deal (Ukrainian Journal) 03/27/2006
  • Yushchenko’s Our Ukraine suffers defeat (Ukrainian Journal) 03/27/2006
  • Photo: Central Election Commission head Yaroslav Davydovych speaks to the media in Kiev, Ukraine, Monday, March 27, 2006. The Central Election Commission, meanwhile, began releasing results from first hundreds of ballots counted. They fluctuated wildly, putting Viktor Yushchenko's party and, later, Yulia Tymoshenko's bloc ahead by a broad margin. The first returns came from precincts abroad and the nation's penitentiaries and couldn't be considered a fair reflection of the vote. (AP/Yahoo) 03/27/2006
  • Кличко вирішив, що він уже став Омельченком (Українська правда) 03/27/2006
  • Chernovetsky to be Mayor of Kyiv? (Ukrayinska Pravda) 03/27/2006
  • Our Ukraine agrees to let Tymoshenko Bloc nominate PM (Interfax-Russia) 03/27/2006
  • Ukrainian Socialist Party leader ready to form 'orange' coalition (Interfax-Russia) 03/27/2006
  • Ukraine's Tymoshenko calls for liberal coalition (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/27/2006
  • Our Ukraine to nominate Yekhanurov for PM (Interfax-Russia) 03/27/2006
  • National exit poll results unexpected for Our Ukraine (Interfax-Russia) 03/27/2006
  • Yushchenko seen as big loser in Ukraine's key vote (AFP/Yahoo) 03/27/2006
  • Rivals humiliate Ukraine's Yushchenko in poll (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/27/2006
  • Official preliminary results of Ukrainian elections published (Interfax-Russia) 03/27/2006
  • Regions Party ready to cooperate with all political forces in parliament - Yanukovych (Interfax-Russia) 03/27/2006
  • Agreement on coalition with Our Ukraine, socialists scheduled for Monday - Tymoshenko Bloc (Interfax-Russia) 03/27/2006
  • Yanukovich declares victory in Ukraine election (Stuff) 03/27/2006
  • Two faces of democracy: Belarus, Ukraine. The 'freest' vote ever was held in Ukraine Sunday. But Belarus is cracking down on opponents. By Fred Weir (Christian Science Monitor) 03/27/2006

  • Ukraine Parliament Will Enjoy More Power (AP/Yahoo) 03/26/2006
  • Pro-Russia Forces Poised For Comeback in Key Ukraine Poll (Deutsche Welle) 03/26/2006
  • ПОПЕРЕДНЯ ЗАЯВА: МІЖНАРОДНА МІСІЯ ЗІ СПОСТЕРЕЖЕННЯ ЗА ВИБОРАМИ до Верховної Ради України – 26 березня 2006 р. (OSCE) 03/26/2006
  • [PDF] Statement of preliminary findings and conclusions on the parliamentary elections in Ukraine, 26 March 2006 (OSCE) 03/26/2006
  • In pictures: Ukrainians vote (BBC) 03/26/2006
  • Pro-Russian leader declares victory in Ukrainian elections (CBC/Yahoo) 03/26/2006
  • [AUDIO] Ukraine Elections Test Democracy Trend (NPR) 03/26/2006
  • Falsifications at Ukrainian elections not numerous - Regions Party (Interfax-Russia) 03/26/2006
  • Photo: Ukrainian Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych blows a kiss to about 10,000 of his supporters during a rally at Kiev's Victory Square in this Dec. 24, 2004 file photo. Exit polls showed Yanukovych's pro-Russian party taking the largest chunk of votes in Ukraine's parliamentary elections Sunday, March 26, 2006 in a stunning comeback for the man whose ballot-stuffing attempt to win the 2004 presidency triggered the Orange Revolution. (AP/Yahoo) 03/26/2006
  • [AUDIO] 'Orange Revolution' Leader Rebuffed in Ukraine (NPR) 03/26/2006
  • Yushchenko Beaten Into Third Place in Ukranian Exit Poll. By Peter Finn (Wash Post) 03/26/2006
  • Our Ukraine ready to sign memorandum on coalition (Interfax-Russia) 03/26/2006
  • Tymoshenko Bloc, Our Ukraine, Socialist Party may form majority in parliament - exit polls (Interfax-Russia) 03/26/2006
  • Ballot's Complexity Reflects Choices In Elections. By Askold Krushelnycky (RFE/RL) 03/26/2006
  • Yanukovych appears to make big gains in Ukraine election (Knight Ridder) 03/26/2006
  • Photo: Ukraine's pro Moscow opposition leader Viktor Yanukovych smiles during a news conference in his party press center in Kiev, Ukraine, Sunday, March 26, 2006 .Pro-Moscow opposition leader Viktor Yanukovych on Sunday declared his party the winner of the parliamentary election. (AP/Yahoo) 03/26/2006
  • Photo: Ukraine's pro Moscow opposition leader Viktor Yanukovych at a polling station in Kiev, Ukraine, Sunday. (CP/Yahoo) 03/26/2006
  • Yushchenko Headed For Defeat In Parliamentary Elections (RFE/RL) 03/26/2006
  • Opposition Regions Party tops 2nd Ukraine exit poll (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/26/2006
  • Interfax-Ukraine poll gives four parties early lead in elections (Interfax-Russia) 03/26/2006
  • Five parties to get Ukrainian parliament seats - Public Opinion Foundation Ukraine exit poll (Interfax-Russia) 03/26/2006
  • Exit polls give pro-Russia party the largest chunk of votes in Ukraine (CP/Yahoo) 03/26/2006
  • Seven parties to get parliament seats - Ukrainian Sociology Service exit poll (Interfax-Russia) 03/26/2006
  • Ukraine Opposition Leads in Vote, Exit Poll Shows (Update2) (Bloomberg) 03/26/2006
  • Russia-backed opposition leads in Ukraine: exit polls (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/26/2006
  • Photo: Members of election commission empty a ballot box at a polling station in Kiev, Ukraine, Monday, March 27, 2006. The Central Election Commission said the count came from precincts abroad and put Our Ukraine ahead with 36.6 percent, followed by former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko's bloc with 22.72 percent and pro-Russian opposition leader Viktor Yanukovych's party with 14.2 percent. (AP/Yahoo) 03/26/2006
  • Ukraine Exit Polls: Pro-Russia Party Ahead (AP/Yahoo) 03/26/2006
  • Ukraine polls close [March 27, 2006 8:30am AEDT] (ABC News (Australia)) 03/26/2006
  • [VIDEO] Голос Америки та 5-ий канал провели телеміст (VOA) 03/26/2006
  • Photo: Members of the local electoral commission prepare a ballot for an elderly voter during voting in the parliamentary elections in the village of Muzychi, about 30 km (19 miles) southwest of Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/26/2006
  • Key Players in Ukraine's Elections (AP/Yahoo) 03/26/2006
  • Ukraine: Elections Now, Geopolitical Crisis Ahead (Axis Globe) 03/26/2006
  • Ukraine Exit Poll: Pro-Russian Party Ahead (AP/Yahoo) 03/26/2006
  • Екзит-пол: Регіони України - 33%; БЮТ - 22%; НУ - 13% (BBC Ukrainian) 03/26/2006
  • Національний екзит-пол'2006 (попередні дані на 18:00) (Українська правда) 03/26/2006
  • Екзит-пол 'Всеукраїнської соціологічної служби' (Українська правда) 03/26/2006
  • Екзит-пол ФОМ-Україна (попередні дані на 18:00) (Українська правда) 03/26/2006
  • Davydovych Calls On Mass Media To Avoid Publishing Exit-Poll Results Before 22:00 (Українські новини) 03/26/2006
  • Over 58% of Ukrainian voters cast ballot papers by 8:00 pm Kyiv time - CEC (Interfax-Russia) 03/26/2006
  • Turchynov Believes His Statement About Organization Of Transit Server By Our Ukraine Facilitates Minimization Of Possibilities Of Interference In CEC Server's Work (Українські новини) 03/26/2006
  • Unidentified Person Makes False Claim About Bombs At All Polling Stations In Solomianskyi District Of Kyiv (Українські новини) 03/26/2006
  • Officials in Crimea and Donetsk impede the conduct of exit-poll (Forum) 03/26/2006
  • Molotov cocktail thrown at Ukrainian polling station (Interfax-Russia) 03/26/2006
  • Wladimir hits 30! [Klitschko] (Fightnews) 03/26/2006
  • Photo: Members of a local electoral commission prepare a ballot for a voter during voting in the parliamentary elections at a hospital in Lviv, Ukraine (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/26/2006
  • Turnout at parliamentary election by 4:00 pm Kyiv time hits 40.46% - CEC (Interfax-Russia) 03/26/2006
  • Three Ukraines (Ukrayinska Pravda) 03/26/2006
  • Victor Yushchenko’s Television Address (Forum) 03/26/2006
  • Хід виборів: черги на дільницях (BBC Ukrainian) 03/26/2006
  • Photo: An elderly Ukrainian woman fills in her ballot papers during voting in the parliamentary elections at a poling station in the village of Muzychi 30 km (19 miles) south-west of Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/26/2006
  • Phoenix set to rise from embers of orange revolt. Old rival ready to take on divided reform camp. From Andrew Osborn in Kiev (Sunday Herald) 03/26/2006
  • Orange Revolution Goes Through First Tough Election (Zaman) 03/26/2006
  • Ukrainians Voting in First Election Since Revolution (Update3) (Bloomberg) 03/26/2006
  • In Ukraine, Moscow's Man Makes Comeback. Kremlin Trying to Maintain Sympathies of Ex-Soviet States. By Peter Finn (Wash Post) 03/26/2006
  • Ukraine Is the Winner as Nation Heads to the Polls. The first parliamentary election since the Orange Revolution reflects the nuanced politics expected of a democracy. (LA Times) 03/26/2006
  • Talks on Orange coalition to begin Monday (Interfax-Russia) 03/26/2006
  • Our Ukraine - Party of Regions bloc could forge national unity - Kuchma (Interfax-Russia) 03/26/2006
  • Boxing champ aims for knockout in Ukraine mayor race (AFP/Yahoo) 03/26/2006
  • Ukraine holds parliamentary election (UPI) 03/26/2006
  • Polls Open in Ukraine Parliamentary Poll (VOA) 03/26/2006
  • Yushchenko hails Ukraine election (Al Jazeera) 03/26/2006
  • Photo: Ukrainian soldiers line up to vote in the parliamentary elections at a polling station in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/26/2006
  • Photo: Prime Minister Yuriy Yekhanurov talks to the media holding his ballot at a polling station in downtown Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 03/26/2006
  • Photo: Ukraine's pro Moscow opposition leader Viktor Yanukovych, second left, and his wife Lyudmila leave a polling station in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 03/26/2006
  • Photo: Ukraine's pro Moscow opposition leader Viktor Yanukovych casts his ballot a polling station in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 03/26/2006
  • Photo: Ukraine's former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko receives flowers after voting in the parliamentary election at a polling station in Dnipropetrovsk (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/26/2006
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko casts his ballot during the parliamentary elections at a polling station in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/26/2006
  • Photo: Ukrainians cast their ballots at a polling station in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 03/26/2006
  • Ukraine votes for new parliament in key poll (AFP/Yahoo) 03/26/2006
  • Voting list warnings for Ukraine (The Scotsman) 03/26/2006
  • Russia-backed opposition set for comeback in Ukraine (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/26/2006
  • Voter turnout in Ukraine 18% at midday - official (Interfax-Russia) 03/26/2006

  • Will election see Russia's 'stooge' become Ukraine's Comeback Kid? By Andrew Osborn (Independent) 03/25/2006
  • Ukrainians can vote for parliament -- in Kent (King County Journal) 03/25/2006
  • Ukraine: E-mail from readers (North Jersey) 03/25/2006
  • Vote inspires hope (North Jersey) 03/25/2006
  • Yanukovych at 30% Before Ukraine Election (Angus-Reid) 03/25/2006
  • Pora Leader Says Party Victim of Dirty Tricks. By Askold Krushelnycky (RFE/RL) 03/25/2006
  • A tale of two elections. Ukraine votes again (IH Tribune) 03/25/2006
  • Ukraine votes, gives verdict on 'Orange' leaders (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/25/2006
  • Ukrainian parliamentary elections begin (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/25/2006
  • Is the Orange Sun Setting? Viktor Yushchenko’s achievement must be understood in context. By Robert McConnell (National Review) 03/25/2006
  • Opposition Poised for Comeback in Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 03/25/2006
  • Big choice for Ukraine in colorful, confusing poll (Reuters) 03/25/2006
  • Photo: AC Milan forward Andriy Shevchenko of Ukraine controls the ball during the Italian first league soccer match against Fiorentina at San Siro stadium in Milan, Italy (AP/Yahoo) 03/25/2006

  • Ukrainian Parliamentary Elections to Occur on Sunday the 26th of March 2006 (PRNewswire/Yahoo) 03/24/2006
  • Orange Wave Demonstrators Organize Chicago Ukranian Vote (PRNewswire/Yahoo) 03/24/2006
  • Ukraine poll choice between 'past and future': Yushchenko (AFP/Yahoo) 03/24/2006
  • Q&A: Ukraine general election (BBC) 03/24/2006
  • Kyiv accuses Moscow of 'political speculation' on language issue (Interfax-Russia) 03/24/2006
  • Ukraine's ex-premier toughens image [Yulia Tymoshenko] (AP/Baltimore Sun) 03/24/2006
  • Полiтологи пiдсумовують виборчу кампанiю (VOA) 03/24/2006
  • Влада твердить, що вибори будуть чесними (VOA) 03/24/2006
  • Analysis: Moscow Silent In The Run-up To Ukraine's Elections (RFE/RL) 03/24/2006
  • Photo: U.S.-born ethnic Ukrainian Darko Skulsky, an advertising entrepreneur who has produced music videos for Australian pop star Natalie Imbruglia and commercials for Vodafone, is seen with employee Darya in his office in Ukraine's capital Kiev, Friday, March 24, 2006. Ukraine's Orange Revolution did plenty to invigorate business in this ex-Soviet republic, so much so that business leaders say there's no turning back, and certainly no reason to fear uncertainty in Sunday parliamentary elections. (AP/Yahoo) 03/24/2006
  • U.S., Russia Focused On The Race, Not The Horses (RFE/RL) 03/24/2006
  • Kyiv Poised Between Russia And The West (RFE/RL) 03/24/2006
  • Tymoshenko Discusses Postelection Scenarios. By Askold Krushelnycky (RFE/RL) 03/24/2006
  • Ukraine Businesses Hopeful About Elections (AP/Yahoo) 03/24/2006
  • Ethnic and Cultural Divisions Haunt Ukraine Before Vote. By Steven Lee Myers (NY Times) 03/24/2006
  • Photo: Blue flags of the opposition Party of the Regions wave against orange campaign tents of pro-presidential Our Ukraine bloc in Ukraine's capital Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 03/24/2006
  • Locals plan big Ukraine vote (Chicago Tribune) 03/24/2006
  • Photo: Aslan with a campaign sign for the Party of Putin's Politics featuring a photo of the Russian president. (NY Times) 03/24/2006
  • Slidshow: Tensions in Crimea (NY Times) 03/24/2006
  • Ukraine's new, bumpy path. By Fred Weir (Christian Science Monitor) 03/24/2006
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko May Lose Parliamentary Vote, Poll Shows (Bloomberg) 03/24/2006
  • New Ukraine power struggle looms (BBC) 03/24/2006
  • SBU Detains Suspect In CEC Server Intrusion During 2004 Presidential Vote (Українські новини) 03/24/2006
  • Ukraine Boxing Hero Eyes Political Title in Kiev (Deutsche Welle) 03/24/2006
  • Ukraine - the Orange tide has turned (Radio Netherlands) 03/24/2006
  • Gas Trader Keeps Orange Team Apart (Moscow Times) 03/24/2006
  • Photo: Ukrainian Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov, representing the Our Ukraine party, smiles during a rally in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 03/24/2006
  • Photo: Supporters of the Our Ukraine party campaign wave flags during a rally in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 03/24/2006
  • Prez says Our Ukraine to play role in govt (Ukrainian Journal) 03/24/2006
  • Українці, лікуймо амнезію, або Чому я досі «помаранчева» (Україна молода) 03/24/2006
  • Комітет виборців України підбив підсумки передвиборної кампанії (Deutsche Welle) 03/24/2006
  • Партія регіонів та БЮТ здійснюватимуть паралельний підрахунок голосів (Deutsche Welle) 03/24/2006
  • Op-ed: Faded Orange: why the hero of Kiev faces peril at the polls. By Stefan Wagstyl and Tom Warner (Financial Times) 03/24/2006
  • Yanukovich on verge of remarkable political comeback. By Tom Warner and Stefan Wagstyl (Financial Times) 03/24/2006
  • Ukraine looks to rival; Orange Revolution sours (The Age) 03/24/2006

  • Помiж ЦВК i КВУ - розбiжностi в поглядах (VOA) 03/23/2006
  • Photo: Supporters cheer Yulia Tymoshenko, Ukraine's ex-premier who leads her own opposition bloc, during her speech at a rally in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 03/23/2006
  • Photo: Yulia Tymoshenko, Ukraine's ex-premier who leads her own opposition bloc, addresses her supporters, against the background of her bloc's logo, during a rally in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 03/23/2006
  • Photo: Tatar deputy of the Ukraine's parliament, Mustafa Jemilev, gestures while speaking to Tatar voters in the run-up to Ukraine's parliamentary elections, at a village in Golubinka (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/23/2006
  • Ukraine: Our Ukraine Envisions New Tymoshenko Alliance. By Askold Krushelnycky (RFE/RL) 03/23/2006
  • [VIDEO] Держдепартамент коментує вибори в Українi (VOA) 03/23/2006
  • Ukraine poll may roll back Orange Revolution ideals (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/23/2006
  • Photo: A man stands under 'Born by Revolution' Union flags, supporting former Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich, head of Ukraines opposition Party of Regions, with a Lenin statue in background, in Donetsk (AP/Yahoo) 03/23/2006
  • Photo: Supporters of Ukraine's Pora youth democratic movement protest in front of Kiev City Hall,Ukraine,Thursday, March, 23, 2006. On Wednesday, a Kiev police officer shot and seriously wounded a Pora teenage activist as the youth attempted to hang up campaign posters for former heavyweight champion and Kiev mayoral candidate Vitali Klitschko. (AP/Yahoo) 03/23/2006
  • Ukrainian Diaspora Hopes for Democratic Elections in Ukraine (Forum) 03/23/2006
  • Ukrainian could enjoy regional status in Moscow - presidential envoy (Interfax-Russia) 03/23/2006
  • NBU won’t let hryvnia slide if stable coalition formed after vote (Ukrainian Journal) 03/23/2006
  • Op-ed: Ukraine better off than it seems. By Adrian Karatnycky (Kyiv Post) 03/23/2006
  • Yuschenko Vetoes Bill Entitling Residents Of Mountainous Areas To Benefits (Українські новини) 03/23/2006
  • Photo: Orange campaign tents of pro-presidential Our Ukraine party, white tents of ex-premier Yulia Tumoshenko's bloc, and red tents of the progressive socialists seen in main Independence square in the Ukrainian capital Kiev a few days before the country's crucial parliamentary vote (AP/Yahoo) 03/23/2006
  • Photo: A man with pennants of President Viktor Yushchenko's Our Ukraine party attached to his helmet and bicycle rides through the eastern Ukrainian town of Donetsk (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/23/2006
  • Tymoshenko Denies President May Dissolve Rada If It Fails To Make Coalition (Українські новини) 03/23/2006
  • Yushchenko warns may disband Parliament (Ukrainian Journal) 03/23/2006
  • Photo: Supporters of Ukraine's Pora-PRP party beat barrel drums during a protest in front of Kiev's city hall (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/23/2006
  • Ukraine: An Endgame For The Orange Revolution? By Jan Maksymiuk (RFE/RL) 03/23/2006
  • Our Ukraine spokesman says 'orange coalition' will be formed before elections (Interfax-Russia) 03/23/2006

  • Ukraine: Introduction To the March 26 Elections (RFE/RL) 03/22/2006
  • Спостерiгачi позитивно оцiнюють кампанiю (VOA) 03/22/2006
  • Ukrainian Eastern Catholic bishops urge voting for moral, economic recovery (CNS) 03/22/2006
  • Photo: Street actors perform a parody of popular Ukrainian political leaders of 'orange revolution' former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko (L) and Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (AP/Yahoo) 03/22/2006
  • Ukraine c.bank intervenes ahead of polls (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/22/2006
  • Not the usual suspects: eclectic cast aims for Ukraine's parliament (AFP/Yahoo) 03/22/2006
  • Ukrainian president denies problems with minority languages (RIA) 03/22/2006
  • Photo: A monument to Bohdan Khmelnytskyi, a central figure in Ukrainian history during the 17th century, is seen in Ukraine's capital Kiev Wednesday, March 23, 2006, backdropped by St. Michael's Cathedral. Khmelnytskyi, a leader of Ukrainian Cossacks, announced a union with Russia in 1654, which was to last for over 300 years. The March 26 election will play a key role in determining if this former Soviet republic will continue the pro-Western course adopted by President Viktor Yushchenko. (AP/Yahoo) 03/22/2006
  • Photo: oung activists for Russia's United Russia party march in support of Ukraine's pro-Moscow Regions Party on Independence square in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 03/22/2006
  • Photo: Street actors perform parody of popular Ukrainian politicians, from left, Socialist leader Oleksandr Moroz, former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, President Viktor Yushchenko, and parliament speaker Volodymir Lytvyn (AP/Yahoo) 03/22/2006
  • Kyiv Mayor Omelchenko Reports Involvement Of Pravex Bank In Elite Center Fraud (Українські новини) 03/22/2006
  • Yushchenko choosing between Tynoshenko and Yanukovych? By Oleg Varfolomeyev (Eurasia Daily Monitor) 03/22/2006
  • Croatian NGO 'GONG' Will Monitor Elections in the Ukraine (SEE Online) 03/22/2006
  • Tymoshenko Expects Yuschenko To Initiate Democratic Coalition (Українські новини) 03/22/2006
  • Russia aims at recognition of the Russian language in Ukraine (Forum) 03/22/2006
  • Three main parties vie for power. By Tom Warner (Financial Times) 03/22/2006
  • Orange past peels away as Ukraine poll looks likely to avoid dramas. By Tom Warner (Financial Times) 03/22/2006
  • Пора вимагає арешту міліціонера, що поранив активіста (BBC Ukrainian) 03/22/2006
  • Президент особисто перевірив готовність ЦВК до голосування (Україна молода) 03/22/2006
  • Photo: A Ukranian man casts a shadow on a pre-election tent with a portrait of a former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko in central Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/22/2006
  • Photo: A campaign worker for pro-presidential Our Ukraine party distributes campaign flags in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 03/22/2006
  • Tymoshenko holds secret coalition talks with Our Ukraine, aide says (Ukrainian Journal) 03/22/2006
  • Russia Expects Other Regions Of Ukraine After Kharkiv To Declare Russian Regional Language (Українські новини) 03/22/2006

  • Former Ukraine PM Tymoshenko Rules Out Coalition with Party of Regions (VOA) 03/21/2006
  • Photo: A couple kiss in front of campaigning tents and flags of Yushchenko's "Our Ukraine" at the Independence square in Kiev (AFP/Yahoo) 03/21/2006
  • «Братки» перефарбувалися в зелено-білі кольори. У Житомирі люди Литвина побили «нашоукраїнця» (Україна молода) 03/21/2006
  • Паском по дупі...б'ють комуністичних агітаторів у Тернополі (Україна молода) 03/21/2006
  • Партію регіонів можуть зняти з виборів до Дніпропетровської облради (Україна молода) 03/21/2006
  • Photo: Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko speaks during a news conference in Kiev, Tuesday March 21, 2006. Tymoshenko pledged that she would never unite with Orange Revolution foe, Viktor Yanukovych, even if such a union would return her to the powerful prime ministerial job after this weekend's parliamentary election (AP/Yahoo) 03/21/2006
  • Communist Posters Glued to Roman Catholic Church in Crimea (RISU) 03/21/2006
  • Photo: Supporters of the opposition Progressive Socialist Party shout slogans during a meeting in support of their candidate Natalia Vitrenko in central Donetsk (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/21/2006
  • Ukraine's East-West divide runs deep in Crimea (AFP/Yahoo) 03/21/2006
  • Communism Bad for Your Health? (Newswise) 03/21/2006
  • Party of Regions member denies tampering with export figures (Interfax-Russia) 03/21/2006
  • Former state Rep. Schaffer to blog on Ukraine elections (Denver Post) 03/21/2006
  • Photo: Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych, right, signs autographs for his supporters, as he visits the Antonov aircraft plant during his election campaign in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 03/21/2006
  • Orange push to win east Ukraine (BBC) 03/21/2006

  • Вибори-2006 обiйдуться Українi в один мiльярд (VOA) 03/20/2006
  • Photo: Campaign workers of the pro-presidential Our Ukraine party stand in front their party tents in Kiev, Ukraine, Monday, March 20, 2006. On Sunday Ukraine's fourty-five parties will run for the country's crucial parliamentary elections that will usher in constitutional reforms under which key presidential powers will transfer to parliament. Wording on flags and tents reads Our Ukraine. (AP/Yahoo) 03/20/2006
  • Photo: Natalya Vitrenko of the Ukrainian People's Opposition Bloc (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/20/2006
  • Photo: Supporters of Natalia Vitrenko, a radical socialist who leads the New Opposition bloc running for seats in March's parliamentary elections, shout during a rally in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/20/2006
  • Photo: Supporters of Natalya Vitrenko's Ukrainian People?s Opposition Bloc shout slogans during an election rally in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk... According to polls Vitrenko's bloc is not among the six parties expected to clear the 3 percent barrier to get to parliament. (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/20/2006
  • Photo: Ukraine's President Viktor Yushchenko, center, and head of the Central Election Commission, Yaroslav Davydovych, right, watch electronic equipment in the Central Elections Commission in Ukraine's capital Kiev, Monday, March 20, 2006. On Sunday, Ukraine's fourty-five political parties and blocs will run for the new parliament in the counrty's crucial parliamentary elections. (AP/Yahoo) 03/20/2006
  • Photo: Rinat Akhmetov, right, a Ukrainian coal and steel magnate, is No. 7 on the party list of former prime minister and losing presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovych, left, during their meeteng in Donetsk, Ukraine, Sept.30, 2005. There are high expectations of parliamentary majority formed between President Viktor Yushchenko and his rival, who is bankrolled by powerful business magnate Rinat Akhmetov, a former Krivorizhstal shareholder who today is US$1.7 billion (1.4 billion) according to Forbes magazine. Considered the real force behind Viktor Yanukovych, Akhmetov is running for parliament and is widely thought to have his eye on the prime minister's office. (AP/Yahoo) 03/20/2006
  • 'Our Ukraine' bloc dismisses very idea of forming coalition with Regions Party. Roman Zvarych, vice chief of the 'Our Ukraine' election campaign, told this today press conference in Kyiv. (NRCU) 03/20/2006
  • Manitobans head to Ukraine to observe election (CBC) 03/20/2006
  • Canucks to watch over Ukraine vote (Toronto Sun) 03/20/2006
  • Kiev's Economic Performance on Trial (AP/Houston Chronicle) 03/20/2006

  • Photo: A campaigner of parliament speaker Volodymyr Lytvyn's bloc carries his party's green flag in downtown Kiev on Sunday (AP/Yahoo) 03/19/2006
  • Up close with Ukraine vote, pains and all [Orest Temnycky of Clifton traveled to Ukraine...was among the thousands of Ukrainian-Americans who served as election monitors in December 2004] (North Jersey) 03/19/2006
  • Voting Could Move Ukraine Closer to Moscow (AP/Yahoo) 03/19/2006
  • Photo: The leader of the Donetsk regional organization of the Our Ukraine party, Anton Klimenko (L), kisses an orange flag - the symbol of the 2004 Orange Revolution - during an election campaign event in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/19/2006
  • Photo: Campaigner of Ukraine's Socialist party leader, Oleksandr Moros, in pink left, and a supporter of the pro-presidential Our Ukraine party, in orange right, talk to each other in downtown Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 03/19/2006
  • Photo: A skateboarder performs a trick in front of tents promoting President Viktor Yushchenko's Our Ukraine party in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/19/2006

  • West, East Ukraine still split in heated election (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/18/2006
  • Photo: Supporters of the head of Ukraine?s opposition Party of Regions, former Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich, shout during a meeting in Ukrainian settlement of Gorlovka 50 km (31 miles) north of Donetsk (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/18/2006
  • Photo: Two men talk to each other against the background of the portrait of Ukraine's parliament speaker Volodymyr Lytvyn in the Ukrainian capital Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 03/18/2006
  • Photo: The head of Ukraine's opposition Party of Regions, former Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich (R) and his wife Lyudmila lay flowers at his mother's tomb in his Ukrainian home town of Yenakievo (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/18/2006
  • Photo: The head of Ukraine's opposition Party of Regions, former Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich (L) and an Orthodox priest (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/18/2006

  • Прогнозуть помаранчево-блакитну коалiцiю (VOA) 03/17/2006
  • ENEMO Says Ukrainian Parliamentary Campaign Is Mostly Fair (Ukrainian News) 03/17/2006
  • Суперечки навколо запрошення спостерігачів від СНД (Deutsche Welle) 03/17/2006
  • „Наша Україна” та БЮТ відправляють спостерігачів у Донецьк (Deutsche Welle) 03/17/2006
  • Вибух передвиборчої бомби: до організації «касет Мельниченка» причетнi Євген Марчук та Олександр Мороз (Україна молода) 03/17/2006
  • Photo: Orange campaign tents of the pro-presidential Our Ukraine political bloc seen in the Independence square in the Ukrainian capital Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 03/17/2006
  • News Analysis: What price democracy? [NY Times] (IH Tribune) 03/17/2006
  • Yushchenko to help form coalition in next parliament (Interfax-Russia) 03/17/2006
  • Ukraine: Prime Minister Cautious About Coalition Government (RFE/RL) 03/17/2006
  • Photo: Orange campaign tents are set up to promote the pro-presidential Our Ukraine political bloc in the Independence square in the Ukrainian capital Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 03/17/2006

  • Реприватизацiя в Українi буде обмеженою? (VOA) 03/16/2006
  • Новий спосіб політичної реклами винайшли у Запоріжжі (Deutsche Welle) 03/16/2006
  • WBC Supports Klitschko (East Side Boxing) 03/16/2006

  • Нинішня кампанія в Україні не без парадоксiв (VOA) 03/15/2006
  • США: вибори в Українi стали вiльнiшими (VOA) 03/15/2006
  • Photo: A campaign worker ties a scarf with an emblem of the pro-presidential Our Ukraine party on a snowman in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 03/15/2006
  • Europarliament: Russia will influence elections in Ukraine (Forum) 03/15/2006
  • Yanukovych declines TV debates with Yekhanurov ahead of election (Ukrainian Journal) 03/15/2006
  • Янукович боїться дебатів? (Львівська газета) 03/15/2006
  • Голова німецько-української групи у Бундестазі: не важливо, хто формуватиме уряд у Києві (Deutsche Welle) 03/15/2006
  • Marchuk-Yednist Bloc, Social-Christian Party To Campaign On National TV (Українські новини) 03/15/2006
  • Ukrainian opposition parties campaign for Russian language (Eurasia Daily Monitor) 03/15/2006
  • Ukraine Attracting Shady Candidates (AP/Yahoo) 03/15/2006
  • Report: up to 4m Ukrainians, lacking registration stamp, won't be able to vote (Interfax-Russia) 03/15/2006
  • Opposition Has No Alternative to Offer Ukraine — Yushchenko (MosNews) 03/15/2006
  • Президент не бачить конкурентів (Львівська газета) 03/15/2006

  • Photo: Ukrainian artist Iryna Kyrshyna demonstrates a doll of the former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko at a show in Kiev, March 14, 2006. Tymoshenko's doll together with dolls of other Ukrainian politicians will be sold at an auction on March 24, two days before the country's parliamentary election (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/14/2006
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko on offensive ahead of poll. By Olena Horodetska (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/14/2006
  • КВУ: Україна аж нiяк не готова до виборiв (VOA) 03/14/2006
  • Рада ухвалила змiни до виборчого закону (VOA) 03/14/2006
  • Вiктор Ющенко дав оцiнку ситуацiї в країнi (VOA) 03/14/2006
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko speaks during a news conference in Kiev, March 14, 2006. Yushchenko sought to assure dozens of reporters from across Ukraine that authorities will ensure a free and fair parliamentary election on March 26. (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/14/2006
  • Ukrainian president to veto law that voters may be included in lists on Election Day (Interfax-Russia) 03/14/2006
  • Bloc 'Our Ukraine' not negotiating with Party of Regions on coalition (NCRU) 03/14/2006
  • Photo: A Ukrainian protester of ultra-left Progressive Socialist party shouts slogans during a rally against economic blockade of Transdniester region imposed by Ukraine, in Kiev, March 14, 2006. Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko rated as 'counterproductive' the position taken by Tiraspol after Kiev introduced the obligation for all Dniester goods transiting Ukrainian territory to bear customs stamp of the Republic of Moldova. (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/14/2006
  • Асадчев: забрати у депутатів місцевих рад недоторканість буде непросто (Deutsche Welle) 03/14/2006
  • Членів БЮТ лідери «б'ють»? (Україна молода) 03/14/2006
  • Як українки планують навести лад у державі (Україна молода) 03/14/2006
  • Keeping democracy alive in Ukraine (CS Monitor) 03/14/2006
  • Yuschenko Criticizes Opposition For Negative Political Advertisements (Українські новини) 03/14/2006
  • Winners in elections will join forces with Yushchenko - Yekhanurov (Interfax-Russia) 03/14/2006
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko gestures during at a news conference in Kiev, Ukraine, on Tuesday, March 14, 2006. Yushchenko pledged that the March 26 parliamentary election would be free and fair, calling it Ukraine's first ever democratic election. (AP/Yahoo) 03/14/2006

  • Луценко дбатиме про порядок на виборах (VOA) 03/13/2006
  • Photo: Orange tents of pro-presidential Our Ukraine political bloc seen in downtown Kiev two weeks before the country's crucial parliamentart elections. (AP/Yahoo) 03/13/2006
  • Our Ukraine-Party of Regions coalition unlikely - Yekhanurov (Interfax-Russia) 03/13/2006
  • Ex-Heavyweight Champ [Vitali Klitschko] Wants to Be Mayor (AP/Yahoo) 03/13/2006
  • Чи ще будуть змiни у Законi про вибори? (VOA) 03/13/2006
  • Маніпуляція свідомістю та політична телереклама–2006. Частина 3 (Українська правда) 03/13/2006
  • Photo: Ukrainian protesters denounce the detention of journalists and students during a demonstration in Kiev March 13, 2006. Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko, accused in the West of crushing human rights, on Friday said his rivals in this week's presidential poll were trying to entice voters into revolution. (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/13/2006
  • Destiny of 6 Citizens of Ukraine, Arrested in Belarus, Still Unclear (UNIAN) 03/13/2006
  • SBU bugging scandal is gaining pace in Ukraine [Dated 3/12/06] (Axis Globe) 03/13/2006
  • Ukraine Dismisses Russian Report About CIA Prisons (RFE/RL) 03/13/2006
  • Russian state-controlled TV revives allegation of secret CIA prison in Ukraine (AP/Khaleej Times) 03/13/2006
  • Yushchenko: Ukraine’s orange forces will form a coalition (Forum) 03/13/2006
  • Виборчі комісії Дніпропетровщини не готові до роботи (Deutsche Welle) 03/13/2006
  • Green Planet, SPU To Campaign On National TV, Lazarenko Bloc, Peasant Party On Radio On Monday (Українські новини) 03/13/2006
  • Віктор Ющенко. Українська політична нація. Вибори–2006 (Українська правда) 03/13/2006
  • 840 Ukrainian Peacekeepers To Vote Outside Ukraine In Rada Elections (Українські новини) 03/13/2006
  • Church not for Campaigning, Agree Authorities and Clergy of Ternopil (RISU) 03/13/2006
  • Фальсифікації стартували (Львівська газета) 03/13/2006

  • Photo: Some of the 5,000 young Poles wave Belarusian flags, sing and chant in support of Belarussian opposition at a rock concert by Polish, Belarussian and Ukrainian rock bands in the Old Town in Warsaw (AP/Yahoo) 03/12/2006
  • Photo: Polish movie director Andrzej Wajda...rallied the crowd at a Warsaw rock concert Sunday, March 12, 2006 part of an event organized by Polish and Ukrainian artists in support of Belarus's opposition a week ahead of a presidential election there. (AP/Yahoo) 03/12/2006
  • Ukraine's foreign minister Boris Tarasyuk discusses his country's role after the Orange Revolution [Dated 3/2/06] (EuroNews) 03/12/2006
  • Former heavyweight champ [Vitali Klitschko] seeks new life as mayor of Ukrainian capital [AP] (Malaysia Star) 03/12/2006
  • Photo: A supporter of Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko's 'Our Ukraine' block waves an orange flag in the Independence square in Kiev, 12 March 2006. A record number of political parties are running for the parliamentary election on March 26. (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/12/2006
  • Ukraine’s hardman back to wreck orange revolution [Viktor Yanukovich]. By Mark Franchetti (The Times) 03/12/2006
  • Ousted PM [Viktor Yanukovich] eyes revenge as Orange Revolution sours. By Nick Holdsworth (Daily Telegraph) 03/12/2006

  • Як проходитимуть вибори за межами України? (VOA) 03/11/2006
  • Міністр Тарасюк – гість нашої студії (VOA) 03/11/2006
  • Два тижні до виборів: прогноз соціологів (Україна молода) 03/11/2006
  • Pro-Russian party tops polls for Ukraine election (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/11/2006

  • Election no threat to U.S. relations (Wash times) 03/10/2006
  • Європарламент вдоволений кампанiєю в Українi (VOA) 03/10/2006
  • Соціологи вагаються робити виборчi прогнози (VOA) 03/10/2006
  • Keeping Ukraine Poor [Corruption] (IPS) 03/10/2006
  • US Congressman Alcee L. Hastings to lead OSCE observation of Belarusian and Ukrainian Elections (BRAMA) 03/10/2006
  • Маленька Буча — великий «дерибан». У престижному селищі Київщини досі лишаються непокараними земельні аферисти з місцевої влади (Україна Молода) 03/10/2006

  • Ukraine's priorities are EU, NATO membership - diplomat (Interfax-Russia) 03/09/2006
  • Shaeffer tells of monitoring 2004 Ukrainian elections (Pueblo Chieftan) 03/09/2006

  • Ukraine: [Introduction] Country Reports on Human Rights Practices - 2005 [In Ukraine there were notable improvements in human rights performance following the Orange Revolution...] (USDOS) 03/08/2006
  • Georgetown University Professor [Robert Lieber] Discusses U.S. Policy in Europe ['...the condition of democracy in Russia is tragic...';'...the Orange Revolution in Ukraine is a tremendous inspiration...'] (USDOS) 03/08/2006
  • Three parties to contest Ukrainian parliamentary elections. By Oleg Varfolomeyev (Eurasia Daily Monitor) 03/08/2006
  • Регіональна преса приділяє парламентським виборам майже вдвічі більшу увагу, ніж місцевим (Deutsche Welle) 03/08/2006
  • Op-ed: Dietmar STUDEMANN: A German-style “grand coalition” is impossible in Ukraine [Dated 3/7/06] (The Day) 03/08/2006
  • Op-ed: Grand Coalition: Ukraine’s Salvation (Kyiv Post) 03/08/2006
  • [VIDEO] Voice of America Ukraine Election Roundtable (VOA) 03/08/2006
  • A change of priorities, or structural readjustment? (Дзеркало Тижня) 03/08/2006
  • The failed exam [Having deported ten Uzbek citizens to Uzbekistan in the mid February, the Ukrainian government suddenly found itself under a squall of criticism by the international community...] (Дзеркало Тижня) 03/08/2006
  • Ukrainians Review Relationship with Russia (Angus-Reid) 03/08/2006

  • Партія регіонів підбила підсумки виборчої кампанії (День) 03/07/2006
  • Незчуємося, як Ахметов стане Прем’єр-міністром (Високий замок) 03/07/2006
  • У Дніпропетровську під час приїзду лідера блоку «Пора»-ПРП побилися його ж прихильники [«Важкi тупi предмети» літали повз Кличка...] (Україна Молода) 03/07/2006
  • Регіональний похід (День) 03/07/2006
  • Львів не має грошей на вибори (Deutsche Welle) 03/07/2006
  • Parliamentary elections at risk (The Day) 03/07/2006
  • March 26: election of a majority. President tells nation how to vote, count, and campaign (The Day) 03/07/2006
  • «Помаранчеві» звинувачують один одного у «прослушці» та провокаціях...Турчинов, ти мене чуєш? (Україна Молода) 03/07/2006
  • A “divine” mandate. Why are men of the cloth running for parliament? (The Day) 03/07/2006
  • CEC Registers 282 Foreign Observers To Rada Elections (Українські новини) 03/07/2006
  • Women’s council under the dome. The number of women expected to double in next parliament (The Day) 03/07/2006
  • «Жінрада» під куполом. У майбутньому парламенті жінок буде вдвічі більше (День) 03/07/2006
  • Прогнозують помаранчево-блакитну коалiцiю (VOA) 03/07/2006
  • Photo: Ukrainian Foreign Minister Boris Tarasyuk, pictured 01 March, will head to the United States this week to meet with top US and UN officials in a two-day visit that comes a fortnight before a key election in the ex-Soviet republic (AFP/Yahoo) 03/07/2006
  • Yekhanurov to take four days off to campaign ahead of March 26 vote (Ukrainian Journal) 03/07/2006
  • Ukrainian PM, key opposition leader to hold TV debates [?] (Interfax-Russia) 03/07/2006
  • Our Ukraine, Party of Regions could set up coalition - political experts (Interfax-Russia) 03/07/2006
  • Ukraine, Russia to sign deal after polls (UPI) 03/07/2006
  • 'Color' revolutions wane. Russia asserts its influence ahead of elections in Belarus and Ukraine this month. By Fred Weir (Christian Science Monitor) 03/07/2006
  • Ukrainian foreign minister [Borys Tarasyuk] to US ahead of key vote (AFP/Yahoo) 03/07/2006
  • Ukraine welcomes election observers (UPI/Menafn) 03/07/2006

  • Недешеві вибори (Львівська газета) 03/06/2006
  • Rada To Amend Election Laws (Українські новини) 03/06/2006
  • Numerous Orthodox Clergy in Ukraine Run for Election (RISU) 03/06/2006
  • В Україні лунає занепокоєння підготовкою виборів (Deutsche Welle) 03/06/2006
  • Піскун повернувся в Україну (Кореспондент) 03/06/2006
  • Ющенко дав ексклюзивне iнтерв`ю УТ-1 (VOA) 03/06/2006
  • Українцiв закликають голосувати по совiстi (VOA) 03/06/2006
  • В Українi буде черговий касетний скандал? (VOA) 03/06/2006
  • Kharkiv: City council approves Russian as “regional language” (5TV) 03/06/2006
  • Інвестори коментують ситуацію в Українi (VOA) 03/06/2006
  • Photo: Ukrainian woman from ultra-left Progressive Socialist party shouts anti-presidential slogans at police during pre-election rally near the presidential office in Kiev (Reuters/AlertNet) 03/06/2006
  • Photo: Ukrainian protesters from ultra-left Progressive Socialist party shout anti-presidential slogans during a pre-election rally near the presidential office in Kiev, March 6, 2006. A record number of political parties are running for the parliamentary election on March 26. (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/06/2006
  • Yanukovych Warns of Rigged Vote (AP/Moscow Times) 03/06/2006
  • Yuschenko: no chance for opposition's revenge at parliamentary elections (Interfax-Russia) 03/06/2006
  • Pora Party urges Ukrainian authorities to suspend contacts with Minsk (Interfax-Russia) 03/06/2006
  • Ex-Security Council head sues Ukrainian interior minister (Interfax-Russia) 03/06/2006
  • Ukraine not to sign intergovernmental gas deal with Russia before elections, premier says (Interfax-Russia) 03/06/2006
  • Photo: Protesters carry red-and-blue flags of the political party of Natalia Vitrenko, a radical socialist who leads the New Opposition bloc running for seats in the March parliamentary elections, during a protest in Ukraine's capital Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 03/06/2006

  • Церкви обіцяють не залучатися до виборів (BBC) 03/03/2006
  • EU praises Ukraine reforms, urges more after key election (AFP/Yahoo) 03/03/2006
  • Photo: L-R: Finnish Foreign Minister Erkki Tuomioja, Austrian Foreign Minister Ursula Plassnik and Foreign Minister of Ukraine Boris Tarayuk answer journalists questions in Kiev. Top European Union officials praised reforms undertaken in Ukraine following the 'orange revolution' and encouraged the ex-Soviet country to keep to its new pro-Western course after a key national election later this month. (AFP/Yahoo) 03/03/2006
  • Photo: Demonstrators wearing gas masks and chemical suits read a newspaper during a protest rally in central Kiev, March 3, 2006. Several dozens of protesters of Ukraine's Green Party on Friday staged a street event against plans to build a disposal site for nuclear waste in Ukraine. (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/03/2006
  • Photo: A demonstrator wearing a gas mask peels a potato during a protest rally in central Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/03/2006
  • Inflation at the market. What do our citizens think about it? (The Day) 03/03/2006
  • Verheugen’s forecast under scrutiny. Will Ukraine become a member of the European Union? (The Day) 03/03/2006

  • Круглий стiл на тему виборiв в Українi (VOA) 03/02/2006
  • На Сходi України майже усi за Януковича (VOA) 03/02/2006
  • [VIDEO] Круглий стiл на тему виборiв в Українi (VOA) 03/02/2006
  • Fewer Ukrainians want Putin-style president, poll shows (Interfax-Russia) 03/02/2006
  • CEC to send ballot-papers to polling stations abroad in one week (NCRU) 03/02/2006
  • EU to work with whatever government comes to power in Ukraine (Interfax-Russia) 03/02/2006
  • Photo: Yaroslav Davydovych (R), head of Ukraine's Central Election Commission, shows a giant, nearly 78 cm long ballot and comprising of 45 political parties at a news conference in Kiev, March 2, 2006. A record number of political parties is running for the parlimentary election on March 26. (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/02/2006
  • Photo: Ukraine's President Viktor Yushchenko, left, shakes hands with visiting U.S. Undersecretary of State Paula Dobriansky during their meeting in Ukraine's capital Kiev Thursday, March 2, 2006. Yushchenko assured Dobriansky that he will do his best to ensure democratic parliamentary elections this month. (AP/Yahoo) 03/02/2006
  • Crimean journalist’s home attacked after investigative info printed (Ukrainian Journal) 03/02/2006
  • Ukrainians Reject NATO, Ponder Socialist System [Poll] (Angus Reid) 03/02/2006

  • Is Ukraine's Richest Man Also Its Future Prime Minister? (RFE/RL) 03/01/2006
  • З Тимошенко зробили порно, а в Януковича вивчають мозок (Українська правда) 03/01/2006
  • Pro-Russian Ukrainian Bloc Has 4.5 Million Anti-NATO Signatures (AP/RFE/RL) 03/01/2006
  • Performing Politics. By Adriana Helbig [Roma in Ukraine. Dated 2/27/06] (Transitions Online) 03/01/2006
  • US court postpones sentencing of Lazarenko until June 9 (Interfax-Russia) 03/01/2006
  • Ukraine observing democratic values it won during 'Orange Revolution', Yuschenko says (Interfax-Russia) 03/01/2006
  • Analysis: Is Ukraine's Richest Man Also Its Future Prime Minister? By Roman Kupchinsky (RFE/RL) 03/01/2006
  • Photo: Ukrainian demonstrator stands in heavy snowfall during a protest in front of the Russian embassy in Kiev (Reuters/AlertNet) 03/01/2006
  • Photo: Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko (R) speaks to Polish President Lech Kaczynski (L) as an unidentified official listens during their meeting in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/01/2006
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