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  Yushchenko Demands New Election  The opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko emerged from a meeting with international mediators Parliament rejects election results  The parliament called for a new vote, nonbinding moves that indicate rising uneasiness with the standoff Judges step into crisis  Supreme Court is considering claims of fraud in the presidential elections, amid calls to prevent the country breaking up   Yushchenko seeks confidence vote  The opposition leader will ask parliament to pass a vote of no confidence in the government of Yanukovych Opposition 'cancels talks' Court Orders Re-Run of Rigged Poll
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Poll protest at parliament  Up to 200,000 protesters have marched demanding authorities admit they cheated in a presidential poll Kiev crowds circle president's HQ  Thousands of opposition supporters have been demonstrating outside government offices in a protest over elections Ukraine on brink of 'civil war'  Both sides in disputed presidential election have warned of a civil conflict, as tens of thousands of people protest in Kiev Court puts poll result on hold
Ukraine awaits presidency vote Ukrainians vote for president Monitors condemn poll   PM leads in key poll  Viktor Yanukovych has a slight lead over his opposition rival Yushchenko in tight presidential run-off   Key election 'rigged'  The Central Election Commission said that Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych held a slight lead. Yushchenko claims rigging   Storm of protest at poll result

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November 2004 ... more > Top ^
  At the start of the Orange Revolution the opposition camped out on the streets after crying foul in a runoff vote in presidential election
 The election commission said Prime Minister Yanukovych had a slim lead over liberal challenger Yushchenko who told thousands of supporters to stay in main square overnight to keep a tent encampment safe from security forces. The nationalist western regions are saying they would recognize only Yushchenko
  The Supreme Court has barred the publication of disputed presidential election results until it examine opposition appeal

December 2004 ... more > Top ^
  Supreme Court has annulled the 2nd round of the presidential election - upholding claims that it was fraudulent
Dec.4     Deal to reduce the president's powers  Supreme Court annulled last month's presidential vote saying it had been rigged in favor of Prime Minister Yanukovich Dec.6   Opposition Says Poll Deal in Hand  Opposition had reached a deal that could end a stand-off with outgoing President Kuchma's government Dec.22 Yushchenko urges big poll turnout Dec.23 Agents deny poison plot Dec.24 Yushchenko: I will unite Ukraine Dec.25   Court annuls poll change  The court says a key change to the country's election law, limiting voting from home, violates the constitution   Observers ready for rerun  More than 12,000 observers are moving into place more than double the 5,000 mustered for the first runoff Dec.26     Rivals face off in poll  Yushchenko and Yanukovych faced off in a repeat election that all sides hoped would resolve 's fiercely waged contest Yushchenko 'leads poll'     Yushchenko declares victory in re-vote
  Opposition leader is telling supporters it is the dawn of a new political era in the former Soviet republic
Dec.27 Election win challenged Dec.28     Officials: Yushchenko wins vote  Opposition leader has won presidential election by more than 2 million votes, electoral officials have said   Yushchenko regrets Russian stance  The victorious opposition leader has said it will take time to rebuild relations with Russia, which backed his rival Dec.29   Cabinet cancels meeting  The opposition barred Prime Minister Yanukovych from entering the government compound Dec.30   PM's appeals rejected  Supreme Court has rejected 3 complaints against the conduct of the presidential election lodged by Yanukovych Dec.31   PM Yanukovych resigns
  'I have made a decision and am formally submitting my resignation'
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