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PostSubject: Ukrainian Elections 2007   Ukrainian Elections 2007 Icon_minitime2007-06-12, 7:46 am

First of all I want to supply you with the information on how the elections in ukraine should go:
Ukraine elects on national level a head of state - the president - and a legislature. The president is elected for a five year term by the people. The Verkhovna Rada (Parliament of Ukraine) has 450 members, elected for a four year term. Until 2005, half of the members were elected by proportional representation and the other half by single-seat constituencies. Starting with the 2006 parliamentary election, all 450 members of the Verkhovna Rada will be elected by proportional representation.

Ukraine has a multi-party system, with numerous parties in which no one party often has a chance of gaining power alone, and parties must work with each other to form coalition governments.

Representative bodies and heads of local government throughout Ukraine are elected simultaneously with the Verkhovna Rada.
(for more on the electorial system - go
Now! about the latest events on the subject:
07-06-2007 16:52 "Our Ukraine", "People's Self-Defense" and "Ukrainian Right" decide to unite into bloc
This was disclosed by Leader of the "Our Ukraine" Vyacheslav Kyrylenko who said that leaders of the alleged political parties have reached principal accord in formation of a common bloc to run for the VR on September 30.

People seek democratic forces to unite and we have to meet their requirements, Vyacheslav Kyrylenko said. The "Ukrainian Right" comprises three political forces, notably the Ukrainian People's Party, People's Movement of Ukraine and Ukrainian Republican Party "Sobor".
Ukraine president signs off on early elections
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KIEV (AFP) - Ukraine's President Viktor Yushchenko formally set early parliamentary elections for September 30 on Tuesday, signalling the end of a two-month power struggle in the ex-Soviet republic.

Yushchenko signed a presidential decree following the political agreement hammered out last week with his rival, Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych, who had defied previous orders from the president to hold early elections.

Some doubts remain, however, over whether a sufficient number of lawmakers will resign their posts in the parliament to allow early elections to go ahead, the speaker of parliament Olexander Moroz said on Tuesday.

The international community expressed serious concern during the crisis, particularly after Yushchenko and Yanukovych briefly sparred for control of the country's security forces.

After hours of tense negotiations, the president and prime minister finally struck a deal on May 27, agreeing to hold elections pending a series of legal amendments in parliament to prepare for the polls.

Lawmakers finally approved the laws last week amid heated debates.

The crisis started on April 2, when Yushchenko issued an order to dissolve parliament and hold early elections. Yanukovych declared the order illegal and appealed to the constitutional court.

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