March 27, 2006

A new job for Viktor

This weeked, millions of Ukrainians went to the polls, just over a year since the Orange Revolution swept Viktor Yushchenko into power. 12 months on, and the support (and sympathy) that Yushchenko had seems to have diminished after economic decline, and ironically the guy he knocked from power might be returning after votes are counted this week.

Watching the coverage on the BBC, it occured to me that even though his presidential career might be over, Yushchenko could always get some work… News 24.

Peter Sissons

- 2 comments by 1 or more people Not publicly viewable

  1. Adam, everyone knows there's six 'S's in Sissons.

    27 Mar 2006, 16:53

  2. No, still no.

    28 Mar 2006, 12:31

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