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May 30, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
Ukraine's parliament approved business lobbyist Anatoly Kinakh as the country's new prime minister. Parliament voted 239 to 2, with 12 abstentions, to approve Kinakh, the nominee of President Leonid D. Kuchma. Kinakh needed at least 226 votes in the 450-member parliament. The remaining members didn't vote. The narrow vote could spell trouble for Kinakh's relations with parliament. Kinakh heads Ukraine's Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs.
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May 30, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
Ukraine's parliament approved business lobbyist Anatoly Kinakh as the country's new prime minister. Parliament voted 239 to 2, with 12 abstentions, to approve Kinakh, the nominee of President Leonid D. Kuchma. Kinakh needed at least 226 votes in the 450-member parliament. The remaining members didn't vote. The narrow vote could spell trouble for Kinakh's relations with parliament. Kinakh heads Ukraine's Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs.
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May 23, 2001 | From Associated Press
The president of Ukraine reportedly nominated Anatoly Kinakh for the prime minister's post Tuesday. The business lobbyist promised to keep the nation moving toward market reforms. "I shall submit that candidacy today," President Leonid D. Kuchma said Tuesday. But it was unclear by Tuesday evening whether he had formally submitted documents nominating Kinakh.
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May 23, 2001 | From Associated Press
The president of Ukraine reportedly nominated Anatoly Kinakh for the prime minister's post Tuesday. The business lobbyist promised to keep the nation moving toward market reforms. "I shall submit that candidacy today," President Leonid D. Kuchma said Tuesday. But it was unclear by Tuesday evening whether he had formally submitted documents nominating Kinakh.
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January 16, 2005 | From Times Wire Reports
Ukrainian opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko, who roused vast crowds during protests against election fraud, said she believed she would be named prime minister once President-elect Viktor Yushchenko was inaugurated. Tymoshenko, 44, a former deputy prime minister, is seen as one of several possible candidates for the post.
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November 17, 2002 | Robyn Dixon, Times Staff Writer
MOSCOW -- Beleaguered Ukrainian President Leonid D. Kuchma, accused by the U.S. of approving the sale of early warning radar to Iraq, on Saturday fired his country's prime minister and government. Kuchma has been embroiled in successive political scandals in recent years. His decision to replace the prime minister, Anatoly Kinakh, with a tough regional governor was seen by analysts as an effort to stave off his current political problems and regain control.
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