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Yesterday, all Ukrainian oblasts were granted the right to hold individual Oblast referendums on independence from the USSR, and today the official results of those referendums was released, with all but Donetsk Oblast, Luhansk Onlast, and Crimea,voting tor independence from the USSR and once again joining together as an independent, sovereign Ukranianian nation.

Ukraine is already in the process of setting up both a Constitutional Comittee and interim Provisional Government to govern Ukranian until a new Constitution is in place and -- most likely -- national elections have been held.

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The Ukrainian Provisional Government was appointed this morning, and has announced that while formal alliance negotiations will most likely be left until after the more formal government has been put into place, that Ukraine is looking forward to strong relations with it's neighbors.

 

On another note, the Constituional Committee has agreed by a 2/3 vote to largely reinstate it's 1996 Constitution as the law of the land.  The Committee is still in the process of debating whether Ukraine should stay a federal republic, or switch to a parliament.

 

 This landmark decision means that Ukraine should have a formal Constitution back in place very soon and elections will likely be held within a few months.

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The Constitutional Committee has today passed three important votes.  The first passed vote was that Ukraine will be switching to a parliamentary republic form.
 
The second passed vote was to formally ratify the 1996 Constitution again -- with the one new amendment added above -- as their newest Constitution.
 
The third passed vote grants the Interim Provisional Government the power to negotiate and sign Non-Aggression Pacts and Trade Pacts, as well as the power to both grant embassies and to request embassies.

In other news, parliamentary elections will be held in two weeks. Edited by Euphaia
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With the Ukrainian Constitution now ratified, both the Provisional Government and --in it's final vote before formally disbanding -- the Constitutional Committee have passed two simultaneous and unanimous votes formally declaring that on this date each year, will be a national holiday known as Independence Day.

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PARLIAMENT OF THE INDEPENDENT UKRAINE

PARLIAMENT OF THE UNITED WORKER REPUBLICS

 

The United Worker Republics express it's gratitude to Ukraine, and congratulate you on your existence, as well as for the successful implementation of an official government. The President, His Majesty, Joseph Alexander hopes that you will send an ambassador to the U.W.R, more specifically, to Alexandria, to implement trade relations, agreements, and treaties to establish a safe relation in which both nations may thrive economically, politically, and morally. Our hopes to engage in cross-European relations with you will hopefully go audibly in your parliament.

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Private Diplomatic Correspondence to Belarus, Soviet Union, Nordisk Rike, and Northlands
 
While our provisional government is not authorized to offer or accept Defense Pacts to/from any nations, at least until after Parliamentary Elections in a week's time, we are however authorized to offer your nation both an embassy in Kiev and a Non-Aggression Pact between our nations.
 
If interested, we invite you to send an ambassador or other representative to Kiev, or let us know and we can instead appoint an ambassador to meet with you in your own capital. Edited by Euphaia
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Official results are in for yesterday's Parliamentary Elections.

 

The party leader of the Party that won the most seats -- Viktor Kolisnyk -- has become Ukraine's new Prime Minister.

 

Prime Minister Kolisnyk has re-appointed Stanislav Marchenko as Ukraine's Foreign Minister.

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This past year in Ukraine has been pretty uneventful.  It has mostly been filled with finishing up all the routine busy-work that accompanies the start of any new government.

 

Military modernization was one of Ukraine's top priorities, and work along those lines had come along very nicely this year.  A lot of new military equipment had been ordered and delivered, and many of Ukraine's military and air bases have been updated and more modernized.

 

Another top priority for Ukraine the past year was to bring the nation's ports and railways back up to maximum efficiency.  This, also, for the very most part, was able to be accomplished over the past 12 months, and because of it, trade with other nations had been able to be increased.

 

With these two priorities having been met, the Ukrainian government feels confident that it is ready to meet whatever needs may arise in the coming year.

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