Monday, April 03, 2006

Ukraine Has Election - Ms Tymoshenko Equally Stunning As A Brunette

Yushchenko Calls For 'Orange Coalition' In Kiev
President Viktor Yushchenko of Ukraine came out at the weekend in favour of a pro-western "Orange" coalition with his former prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko, breaking a week of silence on the issue since his centre-right Our Ukraine movement suffered a humiliating defeat in March 26 parliamentary elections.

Mr Yushchenko stopped short of endorsing Ms Tymoshenko's bid to be prime minister, saying the prospective coalition members should first agree on the outlines of a joint programme before discussing the division of seats.

He said the programme should be based on the 10-point platform adopted by Ms Tymoshenko's previous cabinet last year - a suggestion her campaign team welcomed.
Read all the news of the election at the Kiev Ukraine News Blog.

All this "forming a government" stuff is interesting, but now we must ask the most important question: Do you prefer Yulia Tymoshenko as a blond (here and here) or as a brunette (here and here)?