The Resource Aspects of the Orange Revolution, V, Institutional observation reports on the 2004 Ukrainian Presidential Elections, edited by Ingmar Bredies, Andreas Umland and Valentin Yakushik

Aspects of the Orange Revolution, V, Institutional observation reports on the 2004 Ukrainian Presidential Elections, edited by Ingmar Bredies, Andreas Umland and Valentin Yakushik

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Aspects of the Orange Revolution, V, Institutional observation reports on the 2004 Ukrainian Presidential Elections
Title
Aspects of the Orange Revolution
Title number
V
Title part
Institutional observation reports on the 2004 Ukrainian Presidential Elections
Statement of responsibility
edited by Ingmar Bredies, Andreas Umland and Valentin Yakushik
Title variation
Institutional observation reports on the 2004 Ukrainian Presidential Elections
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Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Reports by international governmental and non-governmental organizations on the 2004 presidential elections in Ukraine constituted a significant factor in generating, facilitating, and completing the Orange Revolution. Ukrainian civil society, mass media, courts, and political parties were the main driving force behind the popular uprising that returned Ukraine to the path of democratization it had embarked on in 1991. Yet, the unambiguous stance and political weight of such institutions as the EU, PACE, NATO, and, above all, OSCE played their role too. The democratic movement benefited from t
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N$T
Dewey number
320.947
Index
no index present
LC call number
JN6639.A5
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
Soviet and post-soviet politics and society
Label
Aspects of the Orange Revolution, V, Institutional observation reports on the 2004 Ukrainian Presidential Elections, edited by Ingmar Bredies, Andreas Umland and Valentin Yakushik
Publication
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online resource
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cr
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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text
Content type code
txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • List of Tables and Figures; Introduction; The Institute of International Election Observation in Ukraine; 1 Reports by Non-Governmental Institutions; 1.1 The International Republican Institute (IRI); Preliminary Statement on the First Round of the Ukrainian Presidential Election (October 31, 2004); Preliminary Statement on the Second Round of the Ukrainian Presidential Election (November 21, 2004); Preliminary Statement on the Third Round of the Ukrainian Presidential Election (December 26, 2004); 1.2 Tel Aviv Institute for the Countries of Eastern Europeand CIS (ICEE)
  • 2.1 The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE)Press Release: PACE Delegation Expects 'Corrective Action' in Time for Ukraine Election, Kyiv, 29 September 2004; Observation of the Presidential Election in Ukraine (31 October 2004): Report by the Ad Hoc Committee of the Bureau of the Assembly; APPENDIX -- International Election Observation Mission Press Release: Widespread Campaign Irregularities Observed in Ukrainian Presidential Election, Kyiv, 1 November 2004
  • APPENDIX -- International Election Observation Mission Press Release: Repeat Second Round of Election Brings Ukraine Substantially Closer to Meeting International Standards, Kyiv, 27 December 20042.2 The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe Office for Democratic Institutions and HumanRights (OSCE/ODIHR); Final Report of the OSCE/ODIHR Election Observation Mission on the Presidential Elections in Ukraine on 31 October, 21 November and 26 December 2004 (Warsaw, 11 May 2005); I EXECUTIVE SUMMARY; II INTRODUCTION AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; III BACKGROUND; IV LEGAL FRAMEWORK
  • Conclusions of the Official Mission of International Observerson the Presidential Elections in Ukraine 2004 [Excerpts from the Official Report]1.3 European Network of Election Monitoring Organizations (ENEMO); Statement on the First Round of the Presidential Elections in Ukraine (October 31, 2004); Statement on the Second Round of the Presidential Elections in Ukraine (October 31 -- November 21, 2004); Statement on the Third Round of the Presidential Elections in Ukraine (December 26, 2004); Summary Report on the 2004 Presidential Elections in Ukraine; 2 Reports by Governmental Institutions
  • Observation of the Presidential Elections in Ukraine -Second Round (21 November 2004): Report of the Ad hoc Committee of the Bureau of the AssemblyAPPENDIX -- International Election Observation Mission Press Release: Second Round of Ukrainian Election Failed to Address Election Irregularities and Lacked Transparency, Kyiv, 22 November 2004; Observation of the Presidential Election in Ukraine -- Rerun Second Round of the Election (26 December 2004): Report by the Ad hoc Committee of the Bureau of the Assembly
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9783838258096
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EB00655080
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