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"Orange revolution" and lessons for coalition-building

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Presentation made for the seminar "Coalition Building / Strategic Partnership" in International Academy for Leadership (Fridrich Naumann Stiftung). …

Presentation made for the seminar "Coalition Building / Strategic Partnership" in International Academy for Leadership (Fridrich Naumann Stiftung).
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  • 1. UKRAINE
    UKRAINE
    “Orange Revolution” and lessons for coalition-building
    “Orange Revolution” and lessons for coalition-building
  • 2. “Orange Revolution” is
    the great protest of millions of ukrainian people
    “Orange Revolution” is
    the great protest of millions of ukrainian people
    What was it for us?
  • 3. “Orange Revolution” is
    the great protest of millions of ukrainian people
    “Orange Revolution” is
    the great protest of millions of ukrainian people
    Civil disobedience action
    What was it for us?
  • 4. “Orange Revolution” is
    the great protest of millions of ukrainian people
    “Orange Revolution” is
    the great protest of millions of ukrainian people
    Political PR operation
    Civil disobedience action
    What was it for us?
  • 5. “Orange Revolution” is
    the great protest of millions of ukrainian people
    “Orange Revolution” is
    the great protest of millions of ukrainian people
    Political PR operation
    Civil disobedience action
    American provocation
    What was it for us?
  • 6. “Orange Revolution” is
    the great protest of millions of ukrainian people
    “Orange Revolution” is
    the great protest of millions of ukrainian people
    Political PR operation
    Civil disobedience action
    American provocation
    Coup d'etat
    What was it for us?
  • 7. “Orange Revolution” is
    the great protest of millions of ukrainian people
    “Orange Revolution” is
    the great protest of millions of ukrainian people
    Political PR operation
    Civil disobedience action
    American provocation
    Coup d'etat
    Youth energy explosion 
    What was it for us?
  • 8. “Orange Revolution” is
    the great protest of millions of ukrainian people
    “Orange Revolution” is
    the great protest of millions of ukrainian people
    Political PR operation
    Civil disobedience action
    American provocation
    Coup d'etat
    Youth energy explosion 
    "War of millionaires against billionaires"
    What was it for us?
  • 9. “Orange Revolution” is
    the great protest of millions of ukrainian people
    “Orange Revolution” is
    the great protest of millions of ukrainian people
    Political PR operation
    Civil disobedience action
    American provocation
    Coup d'etat
    Youth energy explosion 
    "War of millionaires against billionaires"
    Partnership of thinking society
    What was it for us?
  • 10. “Orange Revolution” is
    the great protest of millions of ukrainian people
    “Orange Revolution” is
    the great protest of millions of ukrainian people
    Political PR operation
    Civil disobedience action
    American provocation
    Coup d'etat
    Youth energy explosion 
    Confrontation against the Russian vector
    "War of millionaires against billionaires"
    Partnership of thinking society
    What was it for us?
  • 11. “Orange Revolution” is
    the great protest of millions of ukrainian people
    “Orange Revolution” is
    the great protest of millions of ukrainian people
    Political PR operation
    Civil disobedience action
    American provocation
    Coup d'etat
    Youth energy explosion 
    Confrontation against the Russian vector
    Consolidation of the Ukrainian nation
    "War of millionaires against billionaires"
    Partnership of thinking society
    What was it for us?
  • 12. “Orange Revolution” is
    the great protest of millions of ukrainian people
    “Orange Revolution” is
    the great protest of millions of ukrainian people
    Political PR operation
    Civil disobedience action
    American provocation
    Coup d'etat
    Youth energy explosion 
    Confrontation against the Russian vector
    Consolidation of the Ukrainian nation
    "War of millionaires against billionaires"
    Partnership of thinking society
    What was it for us?
    ?
    ?
  • 13. For each of those thousands of people who stood on MaidanNezalezhnosty, the main aim was to protect their civil right to vote and to fight for justice
  • 14. What did we get?
    For each of those thousands of people who stood on MaidanNezalezhnosty, the main aim was to protect their civil right to vote and to fight for justice
  • 15. Victor Yushchenko resigned Tymoshenko’s government.
    2005
    What did we get?
    For each of those thousands of people who stood on MaidanNezalezhnosty, the main aim was to protect their civil right to vote and to fight for justice
  • 16. Victor Yushchenko resigned Tymoshenko’s government.
    Yushchenko had to sign a memorandum with Viktor Yanukovych(leader of Party of Regions).
    Victor Yushchenko resigned Tymoshenko’s government.
    2005
    2005
    2005
    What did we get?
    For each of those thousands of people who stood on MaidanNezalezhnosty, the main aim was to protect their civil right to vote and to fight for justice
  • 17. Victor Yushchenko resigned Tymoshenko’s government.
    Yushchenko had to sign a memorandum with Viktor Yanukovych(leader of Party of Regions).
    Yushchenko  issued a decree about parliament resign and set new elections.
    Victor Yushchenko resigned Tymoshenko’s government.
    Yushchenko had to sign a memorandum with Viktor Yanukovych(leader of Party of Regions).
    2005
    2007
    2005
    2005
    2005
    What did we get?
    For each of those thousands of people who stood on MaidanNezalezhnosty, the main aim was to protect their civil right to vote and to fight for justice
  • 18. Victor Yushchenko resigned Tymoshenko’s government.
    Yushchenko had to sign a memorandum with Viktor Yanukovych(leader of Party of Regions).
    Yushchenko  issued a decree about parliament resign and set new elections.
    Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko called for President to resign.
    Victor Yushchenko resigned Tymoshenko’s government.
    Yushchenko had to sign a memorandum with Viktor Yanukovych(leader of Party of Regions).
    Yushchenko  issued a decree about parliament resign and set new elections.
    2008
    2005
    2007
    2005
    2007
    2005
    2005
    What did we get?
    For each of those thousands of people who stood on MaidanNezalezhnosty, the main aim was to protect their civil right to vote and to fight for justice
  • 19. Victor Yushchenko resigned Tymoshenko’s government.
    Yushchenko had to sign a memorandum with Viktor Yanukovych(leader of Party of Regions).
    Yushchenko  issued a decree about parliament resign and set new elections.
    Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko called for President to resign.
    In presidential elections Yushchenko got only 5,45% of votes.
    Victor Yushchenko resigned Tymoshenko’s government.
    Yushchenko had to sign a memorandum with Viktor Yanukovych(leader of Party of Regions).
    Yushchenko  issued a decree about parliament resign and set new elections.
    Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko called for President to resign.
    2008
    2008
    2005
    2007
    2005
    2007
    2005
    2010
    2005
    What did we get?
    For each of those thousands of people who stood on MaidanNezalezhnosty, the main aim was to protect their civil right to vote and to fight for justice
  • 20. Victor Yushchenko resigned Tymoshenko’s government.
    Yushchenko had to sign a memorandum with Viktor Yanukovych(leader of Party of Regions).
    Yushchenko  issued a decree about parliament resign and set new elections.
    Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko called for President to resign.
    In presidential elections Yushchenko got only 5,45% of votes.
    Parliament Speaker VolodymyrLitvinannounced the termination of coalition of Democratic Forces in the parliament.
    Victor Yushchenko resigned Tymoshenko’s government.
    Yushchenko had to sign a memorandum with Viktor Yanukovych(leader of Party of Regions).
    Yushchenko  issued a decree about parliament resign and set new elections.
    Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko called for President to resign.
    In presidential elections Yushchenko got only 5,45% of votes.
    2010
    2008
    2008
    2005
    2007
    2005
    2007
    2005
    2010
    2005
    2010
    What did we get?
    For each of those thousands of people who stood on MaidanNezalezhnosty, the main aim was to protect their civil right to vote and to fight for justice
  • 21. Victor Yushchenko resigned Tymoshenko’s government.
    Yushchenko had to sign a memorandum with Viktor Yanukovych(leader of Party of Regions).
    Yushchenko  issued a decree about parliament resign and set new elections.
    Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko called for President to resign.
    In presidential elections Yushchenko got only 5,45% of votes.
    Parliament Speaker VolodymyrLitvinannounced the termination of coalition of Democratic Forces in the parliament.
    The Constitution of Ukraine returned to the 1996 edition, making creation of coalitions not obligate.
    Victor Yushchenko resigned Tymoshenko’s government.
    Yushchenko had to sign a memorandum with Viktor Yanukovych(leader of Party of Regions).
    Yushchenko  issued a decree about parliament resign and set new elections.
    Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko called for President to resign.
    In presidential elections Yushchenko got only 5,45% of votes.
    Parliament Speaker VolodymyrLitvinannounced the termination of coalition of Democratic Forces in the parliament.
    2010
    2010
    2008
    2008
    2005
    2007
    2010
    2005
    2007
    2005
    2010
    2005
    2010
    What did we get?
    For each of those thousands of people who stood on MaidanNezalezhnosty, the main aim was to protect their civil right to vote and to fight for justice
  • 22. Victor Yushchenko resigned Tymoshenko’s government.
    Yushchenko had to sign a memorandum with Viktor Yanukovych(leader of Party of Regions).
    Yushchenko  issued a decree about parliament resign and set new elections.
    Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko called for President to resign.
    In presidential elections Yushchenko got only 5,45% of votes.
    Parliament Speaker VolodymyrLitvinannounced the termination of coalition of Democratic Forces in the parliament.
    The Constitution of Ukraine returned to the 1996 edition, making creation of coalitions impossible.
    Victor Yushchenko resigned Tymoshenko’s government.
    Yushchenko had to sign a memorandum with Viktor Yanukovych(leader of Party of Regions).
    Yushchenko  issued a decree about parliament resign and set new elections.
    Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko called for President to resign.
    In presidential elections Yushchenko got only 5,45% of votes.
    Parliament Speaker VolodymyrLitvinannounced the termination of coalition of Democratic Forces in the parliament.
    The Constitution of Ukraine returned to the 1996 edition, making creation of coalitions not obligate.
    2010
    2010
    2008
    2008
    2005
    2007
    2010
    2005
    2007
    2010
    2005
    2010
    2005
    2010
    What did we get?
    For each of those thousands of people who stood on MaidanNezalezhnosty, the main aim was to protect their civil right to vote and to fight for justice
  • 23. The level of distrust to political parties
    The level of distrust to political parties
    Feb.03
    Jun.03
    Oct.03
    Feb.04
    Jun.04
    Oct.04
    Feb.05
    Jun.05
    Oct.05
    Feb.06
    Jun.06
    Oct.06
    Feb.07
    Jun.07
    Oct.07
    Feb.08
    Jun.08
    Oct.08
    Feb.09
    Jun.09
    Oct.09
    According to the survey of RazumkovCentre (2001-2009). 
  • 24. The level of distrust to political parties
    The level of distrust to political parties
    This happens because the "orange" leaders focused on implementing their own profit aims and power ambitions.
    Feb.03
    Jun.03
    Oct.03
    Feb.04
    Jun.04
    Oct.04
    Feb.05
    Jun.05
    Oct.05
    Feb.06
    Jun.06
    Oct.06
    Feb.07
    Jun.07
    Oct.07
    Feb.08
    Jun.08
    Oct.08
    Feb.09
    Jun.09
    Oct.09
    According to the survey of RazumkovCentre (2001-2009). 
  • 25. BUT…
  • 26. BUT…
    1. Support of Yushchenko had become a form of mass protest of citizens who did not only realize their own interests, but also acquired the ability to protect them.
  • 27. BUT…
    1. Support of Yushchenko had become a form of mass protest of citizens who did not only realize their own interests, but also acquired the ability to protect them.
    2. Ukrainian society demonstrated a significantly high level of general and political culture.
  • 28. BUT…
    1. Support of Yushchenko had become a form of mass protest of citizens who did not only realize their own interests, but also acquired the ability to protect them.
    2. Ukrainian society demonstrated a significantly high level of general and political culture.
    3. The “Orange Revolution” took place not on the background of economic crisis, but in a period of economic growth. There was a struggle for rights and liberties.
  • 29. Dynamic of Non-government organizations
    Dynamic of Non-government organizations
  • 30. Dynamic of Non-government organizations
    Dynamic of Non-government organizations
    Prompt growth of NGOs - is also the achievement of the Orange Revolution!
  • 31. NGOs have several advantages:
  • 32. Almost unlimited methods of activity
    NGOs have several advantages:
  • 33. High flexibility and adaptability
    Almost unlimited methods of activity
    NGOs have several advantages:
  • 34. High flexibility and adaptability
    Almost unlimited methods of activity
    Trust of the majority of citizens
    NGOs have several advantages:
  • 35. High flexibility and adaptability
    Almost unlimited methods of activity
    Low resource requirements
    Trust of the majority of citizens
    NGOs have several advantages:
  • 36. High flexibility and adaptability
    Almost unlimited methods of activity
    Low resource requirements
    Creativity and the lack of stamps
    Trust of the majority of citizens
    NGOs have several advantages:
  • 37. High flexibility and adaptability
    Almost unlimited methods of activity
    Low resource requirements
    Creativity and the lack of stamps
    Trust of the majority of citizens
    Real protection of civil interests
    NGOs have several advantages:
  • 38. High flexibility and adaptability
    Almost unlimited methods of activity
    Low resource requirements
    Creativity and the lack of stamps
    Trust of the majority of citizens
    Real protection of civil interests
    Focus on  immediate needs
    NGOs have several advantages:
  • 39. High flexibility and adaptability
    Almost unlimited methods of activity
    Low resource requirements
    Creativity and the lack of stamps
    Trust of the majority of citizens
    Real protection of civil interests
    Focus on  immediate needs
    NGOs have several advantages:
  • 40. High flexibility and adaptability
    Almost unlimited methods of activity
    Low resource requirements
    Creativity and the lack of stamps
    Trust of the majority of citizens
    Real protection of civil interests
    Focus on  immediate needs
    NGOs have several advantages:
    That's why a coalition of NGOs is more real than the coalition of political parties
  • 41. High flexibility and adaptability
    Almost unlimited methods of activity
    Low resource requirements
    Creativity and the lack of stamps
    Trust of the majority of citizens
    Real protection of civil interests
    Focus on  immediate needs
    NGOs have several advantages:
    That's why a coalition of NGOs is more real than the coalition of political parties
    That high level of collective public action that has been made on the Maidan becomes the national standard of efficiency of civil interaction and spirit of the civil power!
  • 42. Thank You!
    Thank You!