Front for Change demands that Yanukovych fulfill his election promises

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Dec. 29, 2011, 3:33 p.m. | Politics — by Interfax-Ukraine
The young activists of the Front for Change Party have demanded that Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych fulfill his election promises. "The young activists of the Front for Change Party want the president and the government to listen to them," the head of the secretariat of the Holosiyivska district branch of the Front for Change Party (Kyiv), Ruslan Sinehub, told Interfax-Ukraine on Thursday.

The party's activists held a rally entitled "New Year's Ear of Power" on Konraktova Square on Thursday.

They set up a small artificial Christmas tree and decorated it with cardboard ears, sticking the leaves of paper with the president's election promises.
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Anonymous Dec. 29, 2011, 4:19 p.m.    

Yatsenik's Y-Front has no policies for real change or reform. They are Yushchenko light.

As long as Ukraine remains beholden to presidential rule it will NEVER be a free independent democratic state. What is Yanseniuk's policy on Constitutional reform and presidential power and authority? No change. the fact is the presidential system has and will continue to fail Ukraine.

If Ukraine wants to become a part of Europe it needs to follow in the footsteps of Estonia and Latvia and adopt a full Parliamentary system of governance


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Anonymous Dec. 31, 2011, 9:43 p.m.    

don't you ever tire of hallucinating? Snap out of it and join the real world!

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Anonymous Dec. 29, 2011, 7:53 p.m.    

A politician to keep promises?? you must be joking.

How can you tell when any politician is lying? See the lips moving and listen to the bullshit!!

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