by Chrystyna Lapychak ON 3 JULY, PRESIDENT LEONID KUCHMA initiated a major cabinet reshuffling, dropping his top reformer, Viktor Pynzenyk, deputy prime minister in charge of the economy, from the new government roster. Widely viewed as the chief architect of Ukraine’s fledgling reforms, Pynzenyk, who has well-established contacts in the West, was criticized by both […]

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