Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Yuliya gets personal..

Former PM Yulia Tymoshenko, campaigning in Dnipropetrovsk, promised to prosecute her political opponents should the Sept. 30 election return her to power. She specifically mentioned current Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych, the leader of Party of Regions, and Rinat Akhmetov, the wealthiest Ukrainian and the key financial sponsor of the party, as likely targets.

“I would like to tell Viktor Fedorovych [Yanukovych] and Rinat Leonidovych [Akhmetov], if they can hear me, that I am not Yushchenko, I will not sign an amnesty for them,” said Tymoshenko at a meeting in Dnipropetrovsk region.

Several weeks ago Rinat Akhmetov's holding company Metinvest received a loan of $1.5 billion, the largest ever given to a private Ukrainian firm, courtesy of four major European banks.

Don't worry boys, no need to stop the cheques yet, you're money is safe[ish]..

And Yanukovych briefly and 'semi-f0rmally' met with Vladimir Putin in Moscow today. Did they talk about this 'woman trouble', or was the delicate topic of 'man-boobs', sometimes known as 'moobs', discussed?

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