Presidential Election Faces Significant Challenges
BMI View: Ukraine's upcoming presidential election remains on track to be held on May 25, despite ongoing secessionist violence in south-eastern regions of the country.
Ukraine's presidential election remains on track to be held on May 25 2014, despite considerable concerns both domestically and externally over the ability of the interim government to successfully hold safe, free and fair elections. The challenges facing the country remain substantial, including a compressed election timeframe, an ongoing economic crisis, and ongoing secessionist violence in some regions of the country.
Security Issues Remain Problematic
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