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Vote Energizes Ukraine's Oppositioni
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October 31, 2012 1:22 AM
After Sunday’s elections in Ukraine, it seems clear that President Viktor Yanukovych will keep a narrow parliamentary majority. But he faces new parties and younger faces as the vote re-energized Ukraine’s pro-Western opposition. James Brooke reports from Kyiv.

Vote Energizes Ukraine's Opposition

Published October 30, 2012

After Sunday’s elections in Ukraine, it seems clear that President Viktor Yanukovych will keep a narrow parliamentary majority. But he faces new parties and younger faces as the vote re-energized Ukraine’s pro-Western opposition. James Brooke reports from Kyiv.


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