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Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich holds his ballot as he visits a polling station during the parliamentary elections in Kiev, October 28, 2012. Yanukovich's pro-business ruling party seems likely to win parliamentary elections on Sunday, but will face a re-energised opposition which has vowed to fight growing authoritarianism and corruption. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich holds his ballot as he visits a polling station during the parliamentary elections in Kiev, October 28, 2012. Yanukovich's pro-business ruling party seems likely to win parliamentary elections on Sunday, but will...more

Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich holds his ballot as he visits a polling station during the parliamentary elections in Kiev, October 28, 2012. Yanukovich's pro-business ruling party seems likely to win parliamentary elections on Sunday, but will face a re-energised opposition which has vowed to fight growing authoritarianism and corruption. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
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Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich gestures after casting his ballot at a polling station during the parliamentary elections in Kiev, October 28, 2012. Yanukovich's pro-business ruling party seems likely to win parliamentary elections on Sunday, but will face a re-energised opposition which has vowed to fight growing authoritarianism and corruption. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich gestures after casting his ballot at a polling station during the parliamentary elections in Kiev, October 28, 2012. Yanukovich's pro-business ruling party seems likely to win parliamentary elections on Sunday,...more

Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich gestures after casting his ballot at a polling station during the parliamentary elections in Kiev, October 28, 2012. Yanukovich's pro-business ruling party seems likely to win parliamentary elections on Sunday, but will face a re-energised opposition which has vowed to fight growing authoritarianism and corruption. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
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Arseny Yatsenyuk, who heads a union of opposition parties, casts his vote at a polling station during the parliamentary elections in Kiev, October 28, 2012. Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich's pro-business ruling party seems likely to win parliamentary elections on Sunday, but will face a re-energised opposition which has vowed to fight growing authoritarianism and corruption. REUTERS/Anatolii Stepanov

Arseny Yatsenyuk, who heads a union of opposition parties, casts his vote at a polling station during the parliamentary elections in Kiev, October 28, 2012. Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich's pro-business ruling party seems likely to win...more

Arseny Yatsenyuk, who heads a union of opposition parties, casts his vote at a polling station during the parliamentary elections in Kiev, October 28, 2012. Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich's pro-business ruling party seems likely to win parliamentary elections on Sunday, but will face a re-energised opposition which has vowed to fight growing authoritarianism and corruption. REUTERS/Anatolii Stepanov
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Heavyweight boxing champion and UDAR (Punch) party leader Vitaly Klitschko leaves a voting booth at a polling station during the parliamentary elections in Kiev, October 28, 2012. Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich's pro-business ruling party seems likely to win parliamentary elections on Sunday, but will face a re-energised opposition which has vowed to fight growing authoritarianism and corruption. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko

Heavyweight boxing champion and UDAR (Punch) party leader Vitaly Klitschko leaves a voting booth at a polling station during the parliamentary elections in Kiev, October 28, 2012. Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich's pro-business ruling party...more

Heavyweight boxing champion and UDAR (Punch) party leader Vitaly Klitschko leaves a voting booth at a polling station during the parliamentary elections in Kiev, October 28, 2012. Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich's pro-business ruling party seems likely to win parliamentary elections on Sunday, but will face a re-energised opposition which has vowed to fight growing authoritarianism and corruption. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko
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Heavyweight boxing champion and UDAR (Punch) party leader Vitaly Klitschko (C) talks to the media after casting his vote at a polling station during the parliamentary elections in Kiev, October 28, 2012. Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich's pro-business ruling party seems likely to win parliamentary elections on Sunday, but will face a re-energised opposition which has vowed to fight growing authoritarianism and corruption. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko

Heavyweight boxing champion and UDAR (Punch) party leader Vitaly Klitschko (C) talks to the media after casting his vote at a polling station during the parliamentary elections in Kiev, October 28, 2012. Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich's...more

Heavyweight boxing champion and UDAR (Punch) party leader Vitaly Klitschko (C) talks to the media after casting his vote at a polling station during the parliamentary elections in Kiev, October 28, 2012. Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich's pro-business ruling party seems likely to win parliamentary elections on Sunday, but will face a re-energised opposition which has vowed to fight growing authoritarianism and corruption. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko
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Yevgenia Tymoshenko, the daughter of jailed opposition leader and former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, visits a polling station during the parliamentary elections in Dnipropetrovsk, October 28, 2012. Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich's pro-business ruling party seems likely to win parliamentary elections on Sunday, but will face a re-energised opposition which has vowed to fight growing authoritarianism and corruption. REUTERS/Sergei Isaev

Yevgenia Tymoshenko, the daughter of jailed opposition leader and former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, visits a polling station during the parliamentary elections in Dnipropetrovsk, October 28, 2012. Ukrainian President Viktor...more

Yevgenia Tymoshenko, the daughter of jailed opposition leader and former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, visits a polling station during the parliamentary elections in Dnipropetrovsk, October 28, 2012. Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich's pro-business ruling party seems likely to win parliamentary elections on Sunday, but will face a re-energised opposition which has vowed to fight growing authoritarianism and corruption. REUTERS/Sergei Isaev
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Ukrainian Communist Party leader Petro Symonenko casts his vote at a polling station during the parliamentary elections in Kiev, October 28, 2012. Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich's pro-business ruling party seems likely to win parliamentary elections on Sunday, but will face a re-energised opposition which has vowed to fight growing authoritarianism and corruption. REUTERS/Anatolii Stepanov

Ukrainian Communist Party leader Petro Symonenko casts his vote at a polling station during the parliamentary elections in Kiev, October 28, 2012. Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich's pro-business ruling party seems likely to win parliamentary...more

Ukrainian Communist Party leader Petro Symonenko casts his vote at a polling station during the parliamentary elections in Kiev, October 28, 2012. Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich's pro-business ruling party seems likely to win parliamentary elections on Sunday, but will face a re-energised opposition which has vowed to fight growing authoritarianism and corruption. REUTERS/Anatolii Stepanov
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A member of a local electoral commission counts ballots at a polling station after voting day in Kiev October 28, 2012. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

A member of a local electoral commission counts ballots at a polling station after voting day in Kiev October 28, 2012. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

A member of a local electoral commission counts ballots at a polling station after voting day in Kiev October 28, 2012. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
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Members of a local electoral commission count ballots at a polling station after voting day in Kiev October 28, 2012. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

Members of a local electoral commission count ballots at a polling station after voting day in Kiev October 28, 2012. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

Members of a local electoral commission count ballots at a polling station after voting day in Kiev October 28, 2012. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
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Members of a local electoral commission empty a ballot box at a polling station after voting day in Kiev October 28, 2012. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

Members of a local electoral commission empty a ballot box at a polling station after voting day in Kiev October 28, 2012. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

Members of a local electoral commission empty a ballot box at a polling station after voting day in Kiev October 28, 2012. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
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