Parent’s faithful quest in finding missing sister "Vera"

September 30, 2009

US adoptive parents Robert and Maryann DeSimone, from Huntington, N.Y, have embarked on a mission to find the missing sister of three Ukrainian children they adopted. The children’s mother died whilst giving birth to Vera, the missing child. The DeSimone’s want to find out what happened to Vera in the hope of putting the family back in touch.

We can not help but feel for the DeSimone family who want to keep the family and sisters together, a noble cause.

The challenge now is for Ukraine’s political elite to help the DeSimone’s in their quest for closure.


Yushchenko Embarks on Kamikaze Economic Destruction mission

September 30, 2009

Yushchenko continues to misuse and abuse his power.

Ukraine’s embattled President, Viktor Yushchenko, is once again, planning to undermine Ukraine’s economic stability in threatening to block supply by rejecting Ukraine’s budget.

Embarking on a political suicide mission to destroy Ukraine’s economic stability, Yushchenko hopes to gain some cheap political advantage in the false hope that  Ukraine’s suffering will help Yushchenko resurrect his prospects of securing a second term in office.  Yushchenko’s support rating is less then  4% and he is expected to lose in the first round ballot scheduled to be held on January 17, 2010.

Many western democracies have removed or seriously limited the Head of State’s ability to block supply.

Yushchenko Poisons Chemical Sale Catalyst for Causing Negative Reaction

September 30, 2009

All care no responsibility

Ukraine’s embattled President, Viktor Yushchenko, having just days before the close of the tender undermined the success of for the sale of the Odesa-Port-Side Chemical Plant now turns around and tries to shift the blame for the implosion on to the government. Yushchenko’s aim was to stabilise Ukraine’s economy in the lead up to the Presidential election. Having failed to reach its reserve of 2 billion dollars, the chemical plant will be relisted for tender following the Presidential election scheduled for January 17, 2010. With Yushchenko neutralized
and out of the way Ukraine’s economic recover should be in a more stabilised situation.

Yanukovych, Tymoshenko: Two horse race

September 30, 2009

National Radio Ukraine reports:
If the presidential elections were held in the end of September, Viktor Yanukovych and Yulia Tymoshenko would have had the highest support of the voters, according to the survey conducted by the Ukrainian Democratic Circle at the request of the Institute of Politics.

A total of 28.9% of voters ready to back Yanukovych and 20.8% support Tymoshenko. Other politicians have a substantially lower backing of the population. In the runoff election, Yanukovych would get 41% and Tymoshenko 35.1%.