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Parties’ Funding: Businessmen, Volunteers and Kolomoisky’s People Within Servant of the People
19 July, 2019

The first place in the polls, the president as a VIP-promoter: Servant of the People party had everything before the start of the parliamentary elections to win them. Besides people. The party was rushed to look for candidates with a simple criterion: having no political experience.

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For the constituency candidates, there was another requirement - they had to find ways to finance their election campaign themselves. Watch our clip to find out whom the Servant of the People is taking to the parliament and where their candidates get money for the campaign from.

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This material is part 5 of 5 of the Parties' Funding series where Hromadske looks into the funding of the five leading parties set to pass the 5% threshold and enter the next Ukrainian parliament.