Korolevska everywhere, but is she going anywhere?

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March 30, 2012, 2:36 a.m. | Ukraine — by Yuriy Onyshkiv

Natalia Korolevska

Magazines feature her on their front covers. She appears on television shows and news programs more than most opposition politicians. Her face is plastered on billboards across Kyiv and many other Ukrainian cities.

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Neil Pattie March 30, 2012, 1:04 p.m.    

She and other Ukrainian politicians just don't get it do they. The answer is staring them in the face: “find real policies that are meaningful with the people and promote them in a way that will connect with the people on a human level.” Advertising slogans won't work when people don’t trust their politicians. What are Korolevska’s golden bullet policies? Korolevska nor any other political party is explaining how they will improve people's lives and change the system for the better.

Korolevska looks like a classic project set up by Regions to haemorrhage votes from the opposition. Her campaign is well-funded and she gets onto TV when other opposition candidates don’t. Suspicious?

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bkrevel Aug. 5, 2012, 7:47 p.m.    

I guess you don't have to be an old sovok commie; to be a traitor and corrupt sleaze bag!!


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