“A cor­rupt po­lit­i­cal elite that goes well be­yond the cur­rent gov­ern­ment holds the coun­try back and con­tin­ues to deny Ukraine's 44 mil­lion peo­ple a chance to re­al­ize their full po­ten­tial”

The Ukrainian Week - - NEIGHBOURS -

Melinda Har­ing, Edi­tor of UkraineAlert blog at the At­lantic Coun­cil, Washington

Ukraine to­day is both im­pres­sive and po­ten­tial. Ev­ery­one knows what Ukraine needs to do – it's no heart­break­ing. I lived in Kyiv ten years great mys­tery. The coun­try must pur­sue rad­i­cal and ago and it has changed mas­sively. I com­pre­hen­sive ju­di­cial re­form, drop par­lia­men­tary im­mu­nity, have been blown away by the un­leash­ing and re­form its elec­toral laws to al­low more peo­ple to of cre­ative tal­ent. The food scene ri­vals that of par­tic­i­pate. Ukraine's got great tal­ent, but it can­not break in Washington, D.C.; the coun­try's civic ac­tivists rou­tinely plan yet. some of the most bril­liant cam­paigns I've ever seen, and I read RFE/RL's Ukraine-in-Cri­sis blog, Ukrayin­ska Pravda, the Ukraine's IT sec­tor is highly sought af­ter for good rea­son. KyivPost, and Novoe Vre­mya, talk to a va­ri­ety of Ukrainian How­ever, a cor­rupt po­lit­i­cal elite that goes well be­yond the politi­cians, an­a­lysts, schol­ars, and or­di­nary peo­ple al­most cur­rent gov­ern­ment holds the coun­try back and con­tin­ues to daily, and travel to Ukraine as of­ten as pos­si­ble. Twit­ter is also deny Ukraine's 44 mil­lion peo­ple a chance to re­al­ize their full a great place for break­ing news.

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