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 Not only are parties not getting rid of the incumbents (even the ones with a dismal record of activities), they are featuring high on party lists and getting endorsed in majority constituencies.

Moreover, the front-runners of the race, such as the Party of Regions, the United Opposition and Ukraine-Forward have the highest concentration of deputies who have defected from their political forces in the past and are likely to do it again.

Deputies with a poor performance record in the past are running in all parts of the country, showing that Ukrainian voters across the country are lacking political memory,  reliable information and new alternatives to the incumbents.

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