|as the election grew closer ads were everywhere|
|early in September the billboards filled up with electioning-|
right after the ceasefire was announced
|an early ad for Yulia Timoschenko's party|
|Some seats in parliament are filled by voting for candidates and|
some by the parties that receive a percentage of the vote.
|This party (The Front) did very well. lead by the prime minister|
|later this party had billboards with cows on, |
I think they were promising a better life for Ukrainians
|This is the pilot the Russian have in prison, she was elected|
|The opposition bloc got enough votes to get into parliament- |
they are the old candidates from the old government
|Yulia's Father/mother/brother land (we can't decide on the translation) party |
got enough votes to get into Parliament,
but ended up far down the list
If you haven't heard, no one party got a majority in the election but the top parties Porosenko and Yatsentnuk's will form a coalition of reform minded parties.