by Sarah Whitmore The prospect of a change of power in the presidential elections remained at the top of Ukraine’s political agenda throughout most of 1999, and the struggle between the president and parliament, more or less contested since independence, gathered momentum. Freshly re-elected President Kuchma demonstrated a desire to solve the matter decisively by […]

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