President
In cadence Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych has proven malignancy virtually unlimited presidential power. What are the lessons of Ukraine issued for 23-year rule of the four presidents? How much power to the president to be the most appropriate? How to effectively limit the power of the president and at the same time prevent local anarchy and disintegration of the state? Current experience suggests that we need a president who has enough power to influence policy, but not enough to be the only politician in Ukraine.
15.05.2014
Lesya Shevcheko

Anticorruption and lustration are the top issues of this year's election campaign. All the candidates talk about them. Most voters want to hear such talks. Do they mean the same thing? How do presidential candidates see these changes, so desired by voters, and how will they implement these, according to their pre-election programs?

11.04.2014

Unreadiness to join the EU, Russian annexation of Crimea and rocking separatist sentiments in eastern regions, Western unhasting measures to protect Ukraine forced presidential candidates to clearly articulate their foreign policy priorities.

15.05.2014
Lesya Shevcheko

Anticorruption and lustration are the top issues of this year's election campaign. All the candidates talk about them. Most voters want to hear such talks. Do they mean the same thing? How do presidential candidates see these changes, so desired by voters, and how will they implement these, according to their pre-election programs?

11.04.2014

Unreadiness to join the EU, Russian annexation of Crimea and rocking separatist sentiments in eastern regions, Western unhasting measures to protect Ukraine forced presidential candidates to clearly articulate their foreign policy priorities.

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