Why was Viktor Yanukovych removed?
Removal from presidency On 22 February 2014, 328 of 447 members of the Ukrainian parliament (MPs)—or about 73% of the MPs—voted to “remove Viktor Yanukovych from the post of president of Ukraine” on the grounds that he was unable to fulfill his duties and to hold early presidential elections on 25 May.
Who was elected after Yanukovych?
After Viktor Yanukovych was removed from power in early 2014 as a result of the 2014 Ukrainian revolution the chairman of parliament Oleksandr Turchynov was appointed to the role of acting president by the Verkhovna Rada in accordance with article 112 of the Constitution of Ukraine.
Who won the 2010 2011 Haitian election?
10 November 2010 (first round) 20 March 2011 (second round)
|Nominee||Michel Martelly||Mirlande Manigat|
What caused the Orange Revolution?
The protests were prompted by reports from several domestic and foreign election monitors as well as the widespread public perception that the results of the run-off vote of 21 November 2004 between leading candidates Viktor Yushchenko and Viktor Yanukovych were rigged by the authorities in favour of the latter.
Why did Russia annex Crimea?
Vladimir Putin said that Russian troops in the Crimean peninsula were aimed “to ensure proper conditions for the people of Crimea to be able to freely express their will”, whilst Ukraine and other nations argue that such intervention is a violation of Ukraine’s sovereignty.
How old is Zelensky?
43 years (January 25, 1978)
Who is Ukraine Prime Minister?
Denys ShmyhalSince 2020
Were there any aftershocks in Haiti earthquake?
The earthquake hit at 4:53 pm some 15 miles (25 km) southwest of the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince. The initial shock registered a magnitude of 7.0 and was soon followed by two aftershocks of magnitudes 5.9 and 5.5.
How do elections work in Haiti?
The government of Haiti is a semi-presidential republic, a multiparty system wherein the President of Haiti is head of state elected directly by popular elections. The Prime Minister acts as head of government and is appointed by the President, chosen from the majority party in the National Assembly.