Intrepid journalist Tetyana Chornovil has being doing more snooping around the dachas of Ukraine's 'great and good'. Her target last August was Viktor Yanukovych, when she exposed his cynical and greedy abuse of office.
Now today's 'Obozrevatel' publishes details of the same journalist's investigations in the secretive "Koncha-Zaspa" district of Kyiv - the Mount Olympus of Ukraine's political elite.
An article, entitled: "The secrets of Koncha-Zaspa - part 1", includes photographs of president Yushchenko's residence, where he lives when not working. It is never been seen by 'lesser mortals'. There are no known official photographs this place.
It was built by former president Kuchma, who now lives very comfortably just a few doors away in a newly-built prestigious dacha. All of these buildings are protected by huge security walls, but Oboz reporters managed to get a look by crossing over a frozen lake. It is the electorate and taxpayers who pay for the upkeep of these places so surely they deserve to at least know what they look like, don't they?
The article compares the Ukrainian president's hidden residence with that of the president of the United States, who lives quite openly in the White House.
Similary, the British prime minister lives 'over the shop' in a rather small apartment at 10 Downing Street. If a British prime minister loses an election or resigns, a furniture removal truck arrives a day or two later, and he, or she leaves. That's it - there are no perks once you're gone.
It has been known for a Chancellor of the Exchequer [minister of finances, who lives next door at 11 Downing Street], to personally drive a self-drive hire van with his belongings away from the official residence, once out of office.
Somehow I cannot see Yushchenko behind the wheel of a truck filled with his family's stuff some day driving out of Koncha-Zaspa. The orange revolution seems a long way away.