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    Ukrainians Call for Actions, Not Words to End Corruptioni
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    Luis Ramirez
    March 11, 2016 4:26 PM
    Ukraine’s war drags on and the country continues to suffer the worst crisis of its post-Soviet era – one that many Ukrainians say is owed to corruption that made them vulnerable to Russian aggression. Two years after the Maidan Revolution sought to end corruption, many Ukrainians say they see improvements – but they also say the leadership has yet to make good on its promises to end graft and mismanagement. VOA Europe correspondent Luis Ramirez reports.

    Ukrainians Call for Actions, Not Words to End Corruption

    Luis Ramirez

    Published March 11, 2016

    Ukraine’s war drags on and the country continues to suffer the worst crisis of its post-Soviet era – one that many Ukrainians say is owed to corruption that made them vulnerable to Russian aggression. Two years after the Maidan Revolution sought to end corruption, many Ukrainians say they see improvements – but they also say the leadership has yet to make good on its promises to end graft and mismanagement. VOA Europe correspondent Luis Ramirez reports.


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