BRAMA, Nov 23, 2004, 7:00 am ET|
Dear Mr. President - Demand a RECOUNT in Ukraine! Add your name to a letter addressed to George Bush
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Dear Mr. President,
During your recent re-election you shared your dream of spreading freedom
throughout the world.
On Sunday, a presidential election took place in Ukraine. However, that
very cherished aspect of democracy -- the right to vote and to have one's vote
counted -- encountered insurmountable roadblocks.
Sentator Richard Lugar reported on Monday:
"It is now apparent that a concerted and forceful program of election-day
fraud and abuse was enacted with either the leadership or cooperation of
According to Senator Lugar, the Ukrainian presidential election on Sunday was
a fraud. It was a mockery of the democratic voting and election process. The
Ukrainian people who wanted to taste that freedom that you, Mr. President,
are willing to help the world achieve, -- were not given that chance.
As concerned Americans, we ask that you do everything diplomatically
possible to have the Ukrainian government arrange for an honest RECOUNT in the
presence of international observers.
Larissa M. L. Z. Onyshkevych, Ph.D., Princeton Research Forum, President, Shevchenko Scientific Society
Roman I. Andrushkiw, Ph.D., Professor, New Jersey Institute of Technology
George Slusarczuk, Ph. D., Shevchenko Scientific Society
Orest Popovych, Ph. D., Shevchenko Scientific Society
Swiatoslaw Trofimenko, Ph. D., University of Delaware
Martha Trofimenko, LLB, LLM, Independent legal scholar
Alexander J. Motyl, Professor, Rutgers University
Michael M. Naydan, Professor, Pennsylvania State University
Assya Humesky, Professor, Ukr. Amer. Assoc of University Professors
Orest Diachok, Ph.D., Shevchenko Scientific Society, D.C.