Ukraine’s oldsters are rushing to turn the prime minister’s pork-barrel election offerings into, well, lard. And that’s just part of the bad news for the opposition in a typically ugly week of campaigning.20 October 2004 With the help of massive pension increases and opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko’s long, illness-induced absence from the campaign trail, Prime […]

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