|#||President||Elected||Took office||Left office||Party|
|1||Leonid Makarovych Kravchuk||1991||5 December 1991
||19 July 1994||Non-partisan|
|2||Leonid Danylovych Kuchma||1994||19 July 1994||14 November 1999||Independent / Non-partisan|
|1999||14 November 1999||23 January 2005|
|3||Viktor Andriyovych Yushchenko||2004||23 January 2005||25 February 2010||People's Union "Our Ukraine"|
|4||Viktor Fedorovych Yanukovych||2010||25 February 2010||Incumbent||Non-partisan
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“All Presidents start out to run a crusade but after a couple of years they find they are running something less heroic and much more intractable: namely the presidency. The people are well cured by then of election fever, during which they think they are choosing Moses. In the third year, they look on the man as a sinner and a bumbler and begin to poke around for rumours of another Messiah.”
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