- Like all other candidates, Onopenko was required to submit 1 million voter signatures.
- Onopenko said in his letter of resignation.
- United Social Democrat leader Vasyl Onopenko said.
- Acting Ukrainian Justice Minister Vasyl Onopenko resigned Tuesday, complaining of lack of support from President Leonid Kuchma.
- Acting Ukrainian Justice Minister Vasyl Onopenko resigned on Tuesday, complaining of lack of support from Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma.
- It's difficult to find onopenko in a sentence. 用onopenko造句挺難的
- Onopenko complained of not being able to meet privately with the president since he was first appointed eight months ago.
- The funeral attack, Onopenko said in his letter of resignation, " buried the hopes of many Ukrainian citizens, including my own ."
- Those who did not qualify include Vitaliy Kononov, leader of the Greens'Party, and Vasyl Onopenko of Ukraine's Social-Democratic Party.
- Onopenko also criticized authorities for their role in a brutal attack by riot police on thousands of mourners at the July 18 funeral of Ukrainian Orthodox leader Patriarch Volodymyr.
- The commission earlier had refused to register Vasyl Onopenko, leader of the Ukrainian Social-Democratic Party, saying thousands of voter signatures submitted by him were not legitimate.
- He submitted 1.44 million signatures but the commission ruled that only about 845, 000 of these were valid, prompting Onopenko to appeal to the Supreme Court.
- Since his appointment eight months ago, Onopenko said he had never been able to meet privately with the president, who he accused of failing to implement promised judicial reforms.
- Onopenko also criticized the behaviour last Tuesday of authorities for their role in a brutal attack by riot police on thousands of mourners at the funeral of Ukrainian Orthodox leader Patriarch Volodymyr in Kiev.
- Apart from Onopenko, the registered candidates in the Oct . 31 elections include the incumbent President Leonid Kuchma; parliament speaker Oleksandr Tkachenko of the Agrarian Party; Communist Party leader Petro Symonenko; former premier Yevhen Marchuk, a centrist; Socialist Party leader and former parliament speaker Oleksandr Moroz; and Natalia Vitrenko, head of the radical leftist Progressive Socialist Party.