Parties' Funding: Where Did Newbies From Golos Get Money for Elections?
18 July, 2019

For over a year, Ukrainians speculated whether he would run for president. Then – for a little less than that – whether he would take part in the parliamentary race. These days, Svyatoslav Vakarchuk is a politician. And his Golos party has all the chances to enter the new parliament through the July 21 snap elections.

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The old political culture needs to go, and a new one needs to be ushered in, Svyatoslav Vakarchuk said. Then he created the party Golos (Voice) and went on a tour to campaign. We went with him to see if Vakarchuk is as sure of himself as a politician as he is as a singer and how he was going to convince people to vote for him. 

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Where did the newbies from Golos get the money to enter the race, how they spend them and are Golos really representing a new political culture? Watch our second part of the "Parties' Funding" project.

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This material is part 2 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.