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The political fate of Poroshenko will depend on price of the peace in Donbass

The war in eastern Ukraine has quietened, for now. Its disparate factions have as much reason to keep fighting as to put away their guns. But a ceasefire signed on September 5th in Minsk is so far mostly holding, the Economist writes.
Deputy director general and director of political and legal programmes at the Razumkov Centre Yuriy Yakymenko says that, though most voters support peace in principle, the fate of Mr Poroshenko and his political block will come down to the question, “Peace at what price?” …read more

Source: Razumkov Centre

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