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Ruptly Jun 20
Replying to @Ruptly
's leadership need political will to solve crisis -
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Linas Kojala 11h
Ukrainian President Volodymyr is trusted by 67% of Ukrainians - way above any other political leader, including Vakarchuk. It is no surprise that Zelensky's party - even though its position on issues or even candidates still seems extremely vague - is polling at 45%
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Balazs Jarabik Jun 20
and his team are trying to manage the state as a business. Certainly a new, creative approach, not sure it will be a sustainable one.
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ArianaGic/Аріянॳць 5h
is elected president, and in Ukraine: •Courts start rendering unlawful decisions galore. •Yanukovych and Kremlin connected people who fled to Russia after Maidan return to Ukraine. •Free concessions are made to Moscow. •Ukrainization is abruptly interrupted.
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112 News 2h
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MaryKostov 10h
Insider info is not a must to see that and his staff, remaining in services & government are full on discrediting before the parliamentaries. This informal SBU channel claims their info operations still generate mass negativity to Ze:
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UAWire Jun 20
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ArianaGic/Аріянॳць 5h
District Administrative Court of has cancelled the renaming of Moskovskyi Avenue to Bandera Ave, and Vatutina Ave to Shukhevycha Ave.. becomes prez, and the policy of renaming Russian and Soviet named streets to important Ukrainian historical figures is halted.
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B.Nijat 12h
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Mariia Zaiets Jun 22
We call him for short 😨
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ArianaGic/Аріянॳць Jun 20
" is saying all the right things." First off, he isn't. Not so. But even if this sentiment were accurate, we should judge the presidential administration's ACTIONS, not WORDS. And the ACTIONS tell us a very dangerous story.
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Diane Francis Jun 17
's party is galloping toward control over the parliament in the July 21 election which means that -corruption reforms will not only be possible by inevitable
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Ivan Katchanovski Jun 20
President would move his office & administration to House. Three eyewitnesses independently and publicly revealed that this ex-Lenin museum building was one of the locations of snipers during Maidan massacre.
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FMS Foundation Jun 18
Iryna Venediktova (advisor to president ) about the first steps of as president of : “Zelensky is very clearly following the steps of his programme: he (e.g.) said he would take away immunity from parliamentarians and has done so straight away”
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MaryKostov Jun 17
Dangerous trend in election discourse. Previous (pseudo) elites are full of contempt for , as he represents the so called "common"man. Hence, lots of anti-democratic & abusive public speech: degenerates, lowlifes, etc + regional division:
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Ukrinform-EN 11h
meets with founder of company that owns
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Ukrinform-EN 9h
renews National Anti-Corruption Policy Council
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112 News Jun 20
Court recognizes ’s order on ’s dissolution constitutional, - mass media
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Chris P Jun 23
Replying to @senrobportman
I hope president realizes you are a Russian funded NRA troll and do not care about
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Jon Baddy Jun 17
It is obvious that is ready to continue the policy of joining , as well as the anti-Russian policy, which previously led , but what about other countries of the Alliance?
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