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It seems that the Kyiv Post’s relationship with the
pro-presidential Party of Regions would be a good illustration of the struggle
that goes on behind the scenes to get to the original sources and our inability
at times to do so.

As the campaign kicked off for the Oct. 28
parliamentary election, the Kyiv Post editorial staff made a list of priorities
for political coverage in the months coming up to election. Talking to the
leaders of major political forces was very high on that list, and so we
started.

Of the leaders of top five parties capable of making
it to parliament, Natalya Korolevska was the first person who agreed to talk to
us. Arseniy Yatseniuk, whose press service had previously demanded to see the
story before it was published, eventually conceded to giving us an interview
with no strings attached. Vitali Klitschko has invited us on the campaign
trail.

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