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Orange Revolution news

Visit RT to read news on the Orange Revolution, a series of protests and political events that took place in Ukraine. Do not miss news on the second anniversary of the Orange Revolution in Ukraine. Check out RT’s news on former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko changing her old folk hairstyle, which symbolised the patriotic spirit of the Orange Revolution, in 2004. Turn to RT to get the latest news on Viktor Yushchenko and Viktor Yanukovich, who ran against each other for the post of Ukraine’s president in 2004. Stay with RT to be updated on Orange Revolution news, such as Viktor Yushchenko emerging victorious on the tide of Ukraine’s Orange Revolution. Find out RT’s Orange Revolution news from Ukraine in 2004, including stories on Boris Berezovsky's connections to the organizers of the Ukrainian Orange Revolution. Get news on the third anniversary of the Orange Revolution in Ukraine as well as the myths and realities of it here on RT.
  • Ukraine’s President wants constitutional change ahead of election
    Ukraine’s President wants constitutional change ahead of election
    Ukraine’s President Viktor Yushchenko has suggested on Tuesday a constitutional reform that would transform the now one-chamber parliament into a bicameral body and also cut presidential powers.
    Mar 31, 2009 15:15
  • Ukrainian PM lashes out at President
    Prime Minister Yulia Timoshenko attacked her former Orange bloc ally on Wednesday with a scathing criticism that all but ended hopes of their joining forces to form a new coalition government.
    Sep 18, 2008 04:28
  • Ukraine's Parliament Speaker resigns amid crisis
    The speaker of Ukraine's parliament, the Rada, has resigned a day after he declared the collapse of the governing Orange coalition.
    Sep 18, 2008 03:04
  • Ukraine’s governing coalition pronounced dead
    The ruling coalition which wrested power from pro-Russian Viktor Yanukovich in the 2004 Orange Revolution has been dissolved by the Ukrainian parliament. On Saturday a ten-day deadline to restore the coalition between fo
    Sep 16, 2008 04:29
  • The Media Mirror: what's in today's Russian newspapers?
    Post-Soviet separatism: three Kosovos for the price of one; building relations from scratch, the new Georgian Ambassador says his country means no harm and Ukraine: 350 years of Orange Revolutions.
    Mar 14, 2008 03:36
  • Orange revolution leaders three years on
    Orange revolution leaders three years on
    Just three years ago for the world media the word ‘maidan’ became a synonym for people fighting against corrupt governments. Kiev’s square was considered the scene of an example of bloodless revolution.
    Feb 20, 2008 09:32
  • New Ukrainian law cuts President’s authority
    New Ukrainian law cuts President’s authority
    A major new law curbing the powers of the president has come into force in Ukraine. It is believed to effectively transform the country into a parliamentary republic.
    Feb 2, 2007 18:03
  • Tymoshenko changes hairstyle
    Tymoshenko changes hairstyle
    Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko was famous for her braided hairstyle when she first took to the world stage. It was an old folk style which symbolised the patriotic spirit of the Orange revolution in 2004.
    Jan 16, 2007 10:00
  • Ukraine celebrates second anniversary of Orange Revolution.
    Ukraine celebrates second anniversary of Orange Revolution.
    Two years after the Orange Revolution the euphoric spirit in Ukraine has worn out and many Ukrianians appear to have bittersweet feelings about the period. Some former winners turned out to be losers.
    Nov 22, 2006 04:19