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That’s how
the top three of electoral list of Nataliya Korolevska’s Ukraine-Forward Party
looks like, which she dramatically presented at sunrise on Aug. 1 in the middle
of a cornfield in Kyiv Oblast.

Korolevska,
known thanks to her ubiquitous TV ads as the “woman who has a dream,” surprised
many with her unexpected recruitment of Ostap Stupka, an actor and son of the
late acting legend Bohdan Stupka, and Andriy Shevchenko, the former Dynamo Kyiv
football great.

Experts are
divided on whether the star recruits will be enough to push Korolevska above
the 5 percent threshold needed for election to parliament, but all agreed that her
campaign will be one of the most noticeable in the run-up to the Oct. 28
parliamentary election.

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