Mykola Hrabar

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Mykola Fedorovych Grabar (Ukrainian: Микола Федорович Грабар) was a self-nominated candidate in the 2004 Ukrainian presidential election. Previously a national deputy of Ukraine.[1][2] Since 1998 he has been a lawyer of the Kiev Bar. He was a member of the Kiev City Council three times. If elected, he promised to double the income of Ukrainian citizens by 2006 and to return $20 billion that were taken out from Ukraine to the United States illegally.

References

  1. ^ Wilson, Andrew. Ukraine's Orange Revolution. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2005. 107.
  2. ^ Bercoff, Giovanna & Giulia Lami. Ukraine's Re-Integration into Europe. University of Michigan Press, 2005. 271.


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