"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).
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"Orange revolution" and lessons for coalition-building

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

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