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The long haul started in Ukraine

The orange revolution is over. Now it's time for drama.

(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)

has happened, many feared and even more waited in Ukraine. Cooperation between the Orange Revolution battlefields, President Viktor Yushchenko and Prime Minister Julija Tymoshenko is over. The broad alliance, which included both socialists and market liberalists, came to an end when the president disbanded Tymoshenko's government on September 8.

Symptomatically enough for Ukraine, it was allegations of corruption that divided the government and gave President Yushchenko a reason to give it a go. In the days before, several central ministers had withdrawn in protest against the leader of the National Security Council, Petro Poroshenko. The president's employee accused of corruption resigned just hours before Yushchenko decided that all the cards should be collected and. . .

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