Last quote by Evgeniya Rudenko
Government supporters gathered close to the Verkhovna Rada (parliament), surrounded by police and Berkut riot police. Analysts say the chosen location is symbolic as a reminder that the pro-government Party of Regions has a legislative majority.
Dec 08 2013
Evgeniya Rudenko has been quoted 10 times. The two most recent articles where Evgeniya Rudenko has been quoted are Violent scuffles in Kiev over delayed Mayoral elections and Belarus seeks stronger economic ties with Ukraine. Most recently, Evgeniya Rudenko was quoted as having said, “The opposition is claiming victory in managing to force the closure of the Kiev Council session. However councillors insist that the body's mandate is still valid, and they are just going on a planned holiday. When Kiev will hold elections is the big unanswered question.”.
Quotes by Evgeniya Rudenko
Jul 11 2013
The opposition is claiming victory in managing to force the closure of the Kiev Council session. However councillors insist that the body's mandate is still valid, and they are just going on a planned holiday. When Kiev will hold elections is the big unanswered question.
Jun 18 2013
Viktor Yanukovych claims that Ukraine has chosen the path of closer integration with Europe, but the problem remains in terms of how to combine this association with the EU while maintaining close economic ties and co-operation with the Customs Union.
May 30 2013
The Constitutional court's ruling means Kiev will remain without an elected mayor for over two years. Analysts say it favours the government as the opposition won't be able to use elections in the capital as a platform for a future presidential poll.
Apr 30 2013
Tymoshenko's supporters say the judgement was predictable. Now they hope she will be pardoned. The government is refusing to comment until the judgment has been studied in detail and won't rule out the possibility of an appeal within three months.
Feb 22 2013
The round-the-clock blockade is over and members of parliament have voted on two important bills. Now parliament is quiet, as MPs head off – to return on March 5.
Oct 26 2012
Observers say there have been no serious violations in the course of campaigning, but they don't rule out what they call possible tensions on voting day.
Sep 21 2012
The Poles joined a liturgy in memory of the soldiers killed – after the official opening of the memorial to the victims of totalitarianism. Poles call this place the fourth Katyn Memorial Cemetery.
Jul 03 2012
This ruling over Yuri Lutsenko could set an important precedent for the higher profile case of Ukraine's former PM. The European Court of Human Rights is due to begin hearing her appeal on August 28.
Feb 03 2012
This charity centre is allowing homeless people to spend the nights during the abnormal weather, but it won't last long, only about ten days. Then the homeless will have to return to their normal life, on the street.
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