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Paul Bakhmut
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Paul Bakhmut 1m
Q for about duplication as a result of regionalization. Good thing he's is a lawyer - he can decipher this.
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Paul Bakhmut 6m
New question to : would you grant more taxation powers to cities?
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Paul Bakhmut 11m
"The left wing kicked out butts last night in Calgary", says
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Paul Bakhmut 16m
Accidental government is here. Warn your friends. TODAY ONLY: 5% OFF everything. Use the code DEBATE.
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Paul Bakhmut 3h
Calgary's sworn in as Alberta's new infrastructure minister in today's cabinet shuffle. Congratulations, Sandra!
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Paul Bakhmut 3h
"Complete idiots" [..] "They could've voted on what they've already promised and that's it" (ie there would be no protest) –
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Paul Bakhmut 9h
Congratulations to in Calgary! We should all find your ward on the map and move there.
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Paul Bakhmut 9h
Congratulations to in Edmonton! Jon D Ward 3 North side represent.
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Paul Bakhmut 9h
Congratulations to everyone who ran and voted in last night's elections. This is democracy at work. God bless Canada!
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Paul Bakhmut 9h
Replying to @KenGermanicus
It has only gotten worse since 2015. Poroshenko has been in power for over nineteen (!) years. Give your head a shake.
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Paul Bakhmut 9h
is the right one :)
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Paul Bakhmut 9h
Replying to @pbakhmut
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Paul Bakhmut 9h
In 2015, Georgia was the 8th freest economy in the world. Ukraine was 149th. This is the difference between Poroshenko and Saakashvili.
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Paul Bakhmut 10h
Georgia has the highest economic score in the formerly communist sphere, while Ukraine has the lowest.
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Paul Bakhmut 10h
1997: Poroshenko was one of the founders of the Party of Regions, a party that later became known as the party of Yanukovych and his crooks.
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Paul Bakhmut 10h
Saakashvili speaks. People shout "bandu het'" (down with the gang) to Poroshenko – the same words that were used against Yanukovych.
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Paul Bakhmut 12h
Street protests are rarely used in Canada as a way to display dissatisfaction with the government. In Ukraine, protests are very common.
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Paul Bakhmut 12h
Security level: North Korea. Crooked Poroshenko is afraid.
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Paul Bakhmut 12h
Right now, Ukrainians are protesting against crooked Poroshenko in Kyiv. Photo: protesters hold an image of Poroshenko behind bars.
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