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five years since Ukraine's might on street protests ousted a crime then bye leader and set the country on a pro western coast and a bloody confrontation with Russia , to machine code the face of the two thousand and forty thousand five orange revolution is popular with older voters promising threefold pension increase but %HESITATION campaign is a difficult balancing act she promises reforms and continued cooperation with the International Monetary Fund but also pledges to reverse shop increases in the price of gas used for heating homes but the IMF sense as a condition for more lines having begun in pole position she now trails behind person cope and comedian the full of the medicine that , well I believe in Ukraine should and its history of they sing for a pass in a family name or cool creche of advertisement if you crank continues debate like this that we will have the same consequences which we have had for the past twenty eight years our rhetoric can be pungent she calls the gas price increase genocide critics call have a populist Timoshenko was the target of an operation to discredit her by president Donald trump's former campaign manager also have plans to dealing with Russia passive it with the Minsk peace talks and push on with white and associations involving the U. S. U. K. and Ukrainians will cost them votes on March the thirty first