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  • proper n. Alternative spelling of Yanukovych.

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  • But monitors hailed the election as fair, and French President Nicolas Sarkozy became the first EU leader to call Yanukovich's win a "victory for Ukrainian democracy."

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  • "And she knows that her supporters would never forgive her if she failed to challenge Yanukovich's win." plague of Ukrainian elections, but most say it's doubtful enough specific violations can be proven in the 10 days or so allowed by Ukrainian law for court challenges to seriously call Yanukovich's victory into question.

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  • The White House released a statement saying Obama had called Yanukovich, the Ukrainian opposition leader, and wished him "success in carrying out his mandate."

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  • But monitors hailed the election as fair, and French president Nicolas Sarkozy became the first EU leader to call Yanukovich's win a "victory for Ukrainian democracy".

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  • But monitors hailed the election as fair, and French President Nicolas Sarkozy became the first EU leader to call Yanukovich's win a "victory for Ukrainian democracy".

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  • But during the campaign Tymoshenko dubbed Yanukovich a "coward" and "puppet" of the oligarchs while he accused her of telling "beautiful lies."

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  • When Yanukovich was declared the winner, thousands of supporters of his opponent, Viktor Yushchenko, took to the streets of Kiev to protest widespread electoral fraud in what became known as the “Orange Revolution.”

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  • Putin quickly congratulated Yanukovich on his victory.

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  • In an embarrassing miscalculation, Putin injected himself into the 2004 Ukrainian presidential election, openly supporting the pro-Russian candidate, Viktor Yanukovich, against the former prime minister, Viktor Yushchenko, and sending a team of Kremlin spin doctors to help his campaign.

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  • Vyacheslav Nikonov and Gleb Pavlovsky were two of several political consultants sent to Ukraine by the Kremlin to help the presidential campaign of the pro-Russian Viktor Yanukovich in 2004.

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