On December 26, 2004, observers from around the world monitored the elections in order to prevent fraud. 2004: The Orange Revolution in Ukraine. Registered users can login to the website. Leaders and Partners participated from the very beginning. Yushchenko, in a largely symbolic act, entered parliament and took the presidential oath. The next presidential election, held on January 17, 2010, confirmed the political demise of President Yushchenko, who received only about 5 percent of the vote. While the United States and its allies have taken significant punitive actions against Russia, they have made little headway in hel… In what was widely seen as an attempt to thaw relations with the EU, Yanukovych pardoned the imprisoned Lutsenko and ordered his release in April 2013. Be on the lookout for your Britannica newsletter to get trusted stories delivered right to your inbox. Way The Ukrainian Orange Revolution Brought More than a New President: What Kind of Democracy Will the In exchange, Ukraine would receive a reduction in the price of Russian natural gas. Ukraine has long played an important, yet sometimes overlooked, role in the global security order. The 2004 elections and Orange Revolution A lot happened in Ukraine in the decade that followed. Since its independence in 1991, Ukraine has gone through two major upheavals in its transition to democracy, the Orange Revolution in 2004 and the Euromaidan in 2014. Yanukovych’s supporters in the east threatened to secede from Ukraine if the results were annulled. When all votes had been counted—this time without manipulation—Yushchenko won, 52% to Yanukovych’s 44%. The next day 500,000 people in Kiev marched to the parliament building. 2004 Presidential Election - Orange Revolution. A lion's share of Internet access was generated by residents of Kiev and other major cities--where the civic protest became the most widespread and opposition the most determined. Tymoshenko’s Fatherland party claimed 101 seats, Vitali Klitschko’s Ukrainian Democratic Alliance for Reforms (UDAR) won 40 seats, and the ultranationalist Svoboda (“Freedom”) party had a surprisingly strong showing, winning 37 seats. Vladimir Putin. As the government continued to balance the often conflicting goals of maintaining positive relations with Russia and gaining membership in the EU, dissent between Yushchenko and Tymoshenko contributed to the collapse of their coalition in September 2008. As the campaign grew, Yushchenko set up the Committee of National Salvation and called for a national strike until the true results of the election were honored. The Maidan became a site for speeches and musical entertainment in conjunction with the political protest. Demonstration in Kiew during mass protests against the election fraud in Ukraine, 2004-11-28 The "Orange Revolution" in Independence Square, Kiev, Ukraine, november, 2004 symbol of solidarity with democratic movement in Ukraine people on streets "Ukraine together" - Yushchenko Your victory depends upon how many people are ready to say ‘No’ to this government, ‘No’ to a total falsification of the elections.” Following this decision, parliament set up a new run-off election for December 26. Nevertheless, on December 3 the Supreme Court ruled the election invalid and ordered a new runoff for December 26. Cleared to seek a third term as president by the Constitutional Court, Kuchma instead endorsed the candidacy of Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych, who was also strongly supported by Russian Pres. Yushchenko, supported by a united opposition, was expected to win the election. This time, however, a coalition with the Yuliya Tymoshenko Bloc held together, allowing the pro-Western Orange parties to form a government with Tymoshenko as prime minister. In September Yushchenko’s health began to fail, and medical tests later revealed he had suffered dioxin poisoning (allegedly carried out by the Ukrainian State Security Service), which left his face disfigured. Deliberate inefficiency and selective noncooperation by enforcement agents, 122. Third, the events in November 2004 forever changed relations between Ukraine and Russia. The runoff results were split largely along regional lines, with most of western Ukraine supporting Tymoshenko and most of the east favouring Yanukovych. The government of President Kuchma, who supported the election of Viktor Yanukovych and initiated the election fraud that the campaigners were protesting. The “Orange Revolution” by Ukrainians was successful. In 2004-2005 mass protests lasting for two months - the Orange Revolution - helped bring to power pro-Western President Viktor Yushchenko, who … The top two candidates, Yanukovych and Tymoshenko, garnered about 35 and 25 percent, respectively. In February 2012 Tymoshenko’s interior minister, Yuri Lutsenko, also was convicted of abuse of power and sentenced to four years in prison. Banners, posters, and displayed communications, 018. The presidential election of 2004 brought Ukraine to the brink of disintegration and civil war. Although international observers determined that the poll had been fair, Tymoshenko declared the results fraudulent and refused to recognize Yanukovych’s victory; she and her supporters boycotted the inauguration of Yanukovych on February 25. Pora set up a protest camp immediately, but other groups awaited the run-off vote. Miners that favored Yanukovych made their way to Kiev, but they were largely outnumbered by the pro-Yushchenko demonstrators. The end of November is when the Orange Revolution started in 2004 and the Revolution of Dignity in 2013. Yushchenko’s supporters took to the streets in large-scale protest beginning on November 22, determined to defend their right to free elections and to instate the rightful winner. In order to support the presence in Kiev of demonstrators from around the country, the campaigners took over public buildings, offered private homes, and set up open kitchens. Parliamentary elections, at first scheduled for December, later were canceled, and Yushchenko’s and Tymoshenko’s parties agreed to form a new coalition, together with the smaller Lytvyn Bloc, headed by Volodymyr Lytvyn. The election was held in a highly charged political atmosphere, with allegations of media bias, voter intimidationand a poisoning o… Protestors also occupied the Maidan and set-up tents to continue the spirit of protest day and night. During the 2004 Orange Revolution, Russia was also accused of interfering with Ukrainian events in favor of Yanukovych, while the Kremlin said Western money … By November 2004, Ukraine, with a population of 48 million people, boasted some 6 million distinct users accessing the Internet. When Ukraine cohosted the UEFA European Championship football (soccer) tournament in summer 2012, a number of EU countries registered their concern for Tymoshenko by boycotting the event. Ukraine's 1994 Elections as an Economic Event, by Robert S. Kravchuk and Victor Chudowsky Regime Type and Politics in Ukraine under Kuchma, by Taras Kuzio Rapacious Individualism and Political Competition in Ukraine, 1992-2004, by Lucan A. The autonomous hetman state and Sloboda Ukraine, Right Bank and western Ukraine until the Partitions of Poland, Ukraine under direct imperial Russian rule, Western Ukraine under the Habsburg monarchy, World War I and the struggle for independence, The New Economic Policy and Ukrainization, Western Ukraine under Soviet and Nazi rule, The Orange Revolution and the Yushchenko presidency, Russian invasion and annexation of Crimea. Citizens in other parts of the country also held local protests, demonstrations, and strikes. Vladimir Putin. The ensuing power struggle between the president and the prime minister, whose political role had been enhanced by a constitutional reform that took effect in 2006, led Yushchenko to call for another round of parliamentary elections in 2007. President Kuchma had ordered 10,000 troops, stationed outside Kiev, to attack the demonstrators, but the Ukrainian intelligence services defied Kuchma's orders and prevented the attack. The higher ranks of soldiers refused the orders, however, and the attack never took place. It was both a symbol and a symptom of the revolution that rippled across Ukraine last week. The October 31, 2004, presidential elections in Ukraine pitted popular opposition candidate Viktor Yushchenko against Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych. When all votes had been counted—this time without manipulation—Yushchenko won, 52% to Yanukovych’s 44%. One of the most tragic events for Ukrainians was the struggle for justice, which began seven years ago with protest rallies on Maidan Nezalezhnosti, or Independence Square, in the center of Kyiv. Motivated by many factors, Russia’s aggression in Ukraine has triggered the greatest security crisis in Europe since the Cold War. It was just after 2 a.m. on November 22, 2004, when the call went out: “The time has come to defend your life and Ukraine. Furthermore, on November 24, the Central Election Commission announced Yanukovych as the winner, sparking even greater anger from the pro-Yushchenko groups. In the 2004 Ukrainian elections the opposition maintained a strategy of non-violence over the longest protest period of 17 days but was prepared to use force if it had been attacked. Prime Minister Yanukovych’s supporters also held demonstrations, especially in the south and east. Orange Revolution, Ukraine, 2004. By signing up for this email, you are agreeing to news, offers, and information from Encyclopaedia Britannica. Rose Revolution, Georgia, 2003. Political turmoil occupied the first few years of Yushchenko’s presidency. Viktor Yanukovych upon his inauguration as president of Ukraine, February 25, 2010. His first cabinet served only until September 2005, when he dismissed all his ministers, including Prime Minister Yuliya Tymoshenko, a fellow leader of the Orange Revolution. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2009. pp634-9. In 2011 former prime minister Tymoshenko, the country’s most popular politician, was convicted of abuse of power in connection with a 2009 natural gas deal with Russia and given a seven-year prison sentence. The joining order of groups and elites is not known. The campaigners were also influenced by the previous nonviolent Colour Revolutions in Serbia (see “Serbians overthrow Milosevic (Bulldozer Revolution), 2000”) and Georgia (see “Georgians overthrow a dictator (Rose Revolution), 2003”). Yushchenko subsequently defeated Yanukovych by garnering some 52 percent of the vote. 2004 - Orange Revolution mass protests force pro-European change of government. Noncooperation by constituent governmental units, 198. At this point most opposition groups, such as the student group Pora, already suspected fraud. Foreign governments and NGOs provided monetary support for the campaigners. The “Orange Revolution” by Ukrainians was successful. In addition to the somewhat distant historical events, more contemporary events, such as Arab Spring, are also likely to have had influenced the course of political events in Ukraine by invoking the yearning for democracy among the citizens. Ukrainians overthrow dictatorship (Orange Revolution), 2004, Included Participation by More Than One Social Class, 005. In December 2012 sitting Prime Minister Azarov formed a government with the support of Communist and independent deputies. The next prime minister, Yury Yekhanurov, stayed in office only until January 2006. Presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko and Politician Yulia Tymoshenko. The results of the second round were protested by the opposition in connection with massive falsifications. Although Yanukovych challenged the validity of the results, Yushchenko was inaugurated on January 23, 2005. In 2010, then- President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych reverted these changes on the basis of a … A year has passed since the start of Ukraine's "Revolution of Honour". Foreign government leaders supported negotiations and provide monetary support for the campaigners. Britannica Kids Holiday Bundle! As the Yanukovych administration continued its pivot towards Moscow, EU leaders expressed concern about the preservation of the rule of law in Ukraine. Winning 48.95 percent of the vote—a narrow lead over Tymoshenko’s 45.47 percent—Yanukovych took the presidency. But U.S. policymakers were on high alert in November … The first color revolution took place in Georgia in … And each morning and night, a multi-denominational religious service was held in the square. That event saw Ukraine cleaved off from the Russian sphere of influence, triggering a chain of events that rekindled the Russian-Western Cold War. Although international observers called attention to irregularities in some contests, the European Parliament characterized the election as comparatively fair, and the main opposition parties accepted the official results. The 2004 Orange Revolution in Ukraine was a massive demonstration of people for democracy and against electoral fraud. President Yanukovych gained greater executive authority later in 2010 when the Constitutional Court overturned the 2006 reform that had enhanced the powers of the prime minister. Despite the confrontational nature and huge size of demonstrations, the pro-Yushchenko campaigners were determinedly nonviolent, with organizers like Pora having been influenced by the writings of Gene Sharp. The Yushchenko supporters continued their mass demonstrations in Kiev, with numbers nearing one million people. Ukraine - Ukraine - The Orange Revolution and the Yushchenko presidency: The presidential election of 2004 brought Ukraine to the brink of disintegration and civil war. Ukraine's 2004 presidential election was the most important event in Ukraine since independence was achieved in 1991. When a proposed coalition of the so-called Orange parties in the parliament fell apart, Yushchenko was forced to accept his rival Yanukovych as prime minister. The campaign began in response to the fraudulent presidential elections and the campaigners demanded new, fair, and fraud-free elections. Dual sovereignty and parallel government, 147. The campaigners were successful in gaining an open and fair run-off vote in which Yushchenko was determined as the next president of Ukraine. Ukraine: A History, 4th ed. These events have changed Ukraine's history. The demonstrators gave flowers to the soldiers that surrounded the Maidan and played music for them. Yushchenko—running on an anticorruption, anticronyism platform—emerged as the leading opposition candidate, but his campaign was prevented from visiting Yanukovych’s stronghold of Donetsk and other eastern cities. It was also influenced by an earlier campaign in Ukraine: Ukrainians protest for regime change (Ukraine Without Kuchma), 2000-2003 (1). Challenging the validity of the results, Tymoshenko embarked on a hunger strike. 2014 February - Maidan Revolution ousts pro-Kremlin government over … More and more Ukrainians joined the protests every day. For the supporters of Yushchenko and his opposition coalition, this was a clear sign of election fraud. The incumbent president, Leonid Kuchma, had personally chosen Yanukovych as his successor, but their political party was losing popular support. Literature and speeches advocating resistance, Opponent, Opponent Responses, and Violence, Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International. Displays of flags and symbolic colors, 150. Declarations of indictment and intention, 008. This perception was supported by evidence of ballot manipulation. Many observers believed both trials were politically motivated. None known. Demonstrators from outside Kiev also came to the capital to join in the protests. Ukraine's "orange revolution" is a genuine outpouring of popular sentiment for freedom and justice. Subtelny, Orest. NOW 50% OFF! Ukraine's 2004 Orange Revolution might look different from the 2014 ongoing riots in Kiev, but many of the players are the same. The election was the fourth presidential election to take place in Ukraine following independence from the Soviet Union. However, the October 31 election yielded no winner, with each candidate receiving about 40% of the votes. In October the president dissolved parliament. Protesters occupied the justice ministry in Kyiv, and the parliament hastily … The student protests organised to force President Viktor Yanukovych … With new fair elections the campaigners expected presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko to win. The first and the second rounds of presidential elections in Ukraine were held on October 31 and November 21, 2004. Yanukovich's sudden tack towards Russia has provoked the biggest street protests since the 2004-5 Orange Revolution, when people power forced a re-run of a fraud-tainted election and thwarted his first run for the presidency. Tulip Revolution, Kyrgyzstan, 2005. In the parliamentary election in October 2012, the ruling Party of Regions emerged as the single largest bloc, with 185 seats. Once again the president’s party finished behind both Yanukovych’s and Tymoshenko’s parties. Several other cities also refused to recognize the results of the election, believing Yushchenko to be the true winner. In the first round of the presidential election, on October 31, Yushchenko and Yanukovych both won about two-fifths of the vote. The Global Nonviolent Action Database is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International license unless otherwise noted. In 2004, amendments were adopted that significantly changed Ukraine's political system. In this rendition of Ukrainian history, the 2004 Orange revolution was the first attempt of the Ukrainian people to assert their sovereignty and pro-western leanings. These demonstrators formed a sea of orange, the color of Yushchenko’s campaign, by wearing orange ribbons and carrying orange flags. In April 2010, following a fractious parliamentary debate, Ukraine agreed to extend Russia’s lease of the port at Sevastopol, originally set to expire in 2017, until 2042. These changes are sometimes erroneously referred to as the "2004 Constitution". On December 26, 2004, observers from around the world monitored the elections in order to prevent fraud. The last time they did this, in November 2004, the result was the prolonged international incident that became known as the Orange Revolution. On January 22 two protesters were killed in skirmishes with police, and demonstrations soon spread to eastern Ukraine, a region that traditionally had supported Yanukovych and closer ties with Russia. On December 1, the parliament joined the side of the campaigners, passing a vote of no-confidence in Prime Minister Yanukovych ‘s government. This campaign was influenced by the democracy campaign in Serbia in 2000 (see “Serbians overthrow Milosevic (Bulldozer Revolution), 2000”) and the Rose Revolution in Georgia (see “Georgians overthrow a dictator (Rose Revolution), 2003”). Protestors clad in orange, Yushchenko’s campaign colour, took to the streets, and the country endured nearly two weeks of demonstrations. 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