Ukrainian Presidential Election

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Socialist Party Of Ukraine - Socialist Party in Presidential Elections - Ukrainian Presidential Election, 2010 - Opinion Polls
... Moroz as they were undecided as to their participation in the Ukrainian Presidential election In 2005 Moroz received 5.8% of the national vote ... not win sufficient number of votes in the first-round presidential ballot, scheduled for January 17, 2010 ...
President Of Ukraine - Ukrainian Presidential Election, 2010
... The Ukrainian presidential election of 2010 is Ukraine's fifth presidential election since declaring independence from the Soviet Union in 1991 ... The first round of Ukraine's presidential election was held on January 17, 2010 ... A candidate seeking election must be a citizen of Ukraine who has attained the age of thirty-five, has the right to vote, has resided in Ukraine for the past ten years prior to the day of ...
Ukrainian Presidential Election, 2004 - Aftermath
... involvement in the Kuchma administration and the Central Election Commission of Ukraine no criminal election fraud charges have been filed against any top officials ... did arrest several public figures on charges of election fraud in the first half of 2005, but no high-profile case was bought to court ... for those convicted of vote rigging during the 2004 Ukrainian presidential elections ...

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