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Sunday, March 12, 2006

Orange Revolution's juicy future three weeks prior to the elections

By Aussiegirl

You can't tell the players without a scorecard -- which is doubly true when it comes to the Ukrainian elections, which are coming up in three weeks. Orange Revolution has a great analysis of who's who and which parties are likely to come out ahead and form ruling coalitions. Looks like the Orange Revolution still has some juice left in it.

ORANGE REVOLUTION :: Evgenia Mussuri on Possible Rada Coalitions

Three weeks before the parliamentary elections, it is clear that Ukraine’s main political parties will not form a coalition until after the ballots have been cast, and the question of who will form a coalition remains as open as ever.

Analysts predict that two coalition configurations are possible: Either the old Orange coalition between President Viktor Yushchenko’s Our Ukraine bloc and former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko’s bloc will be restored, or a coalition between Our Ukraine and the Donetsk-based Regions bloc will come together.


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