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You're reading: Can civil society finish democratic revolution?

This deterioration
of the democratic record is not new for Ukraine. Since 2010,
most democratic indexes demonstrated a steady decline. This one is
particularly disturbing because media freedom was one of
the most-often praised
accomplishment of the 2004 Orange
Revolution.

How far will this trend continue and is
civil society capable to protect democracy? How to finish the
revolution and achieve those aspirations for freedom and justice
voiced on Maidan in 2004?

Findings from my Chatham
House report
shed some light on these questions and flash some
red signals for the leaders of non-governmental organizations and
Western donors supporting them.

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