Ukraine’s May 25 election, an event critical to strengthening the legitimacy of Ukraine’s government as it confronts attacks by Russia, may in some ways be the freest vote for a Ukrainian president since the country became independent 22 year ago, says Andriy Mahera, the deputy chairman of the country’s election commission.
May 25, 2014 Presidential Election
Atlantic Council: Ukraine’s May 25 vote may be its freest yet, despite crisis, election official says
By Atlantic Council.
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