IWP presented the survey "TOP-10 most post-Soviet politicians of Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova"
The event was executed within the framework “How to get rid of Post-Sovietness?” that is being implemented in partnership with the Georgian Foundation for Strategic and International Studies (Tbilisi, Georgia), the Institute for Development and Social Initiatives “Viitorul” (Chisinau, Moldova) and with support of the Black Sea Trust (German Marshall Fund of the US).
The project was attended by Ukrainian politicians, representatives of non-governmental organizations, experts and journalists. The expert survey was presented by Alyona Getmanchuk, director of the Institute of World Policy, Serhiy Solodky, first deputy director of the Institute of World Policy, Leonid Litra, deputy-director of the Institute for Development and Social Initiatives “Viitorul.” Also, Volodymyr Fesenko, head of the Center for Applied Studies "Penta" and Yevgen Golovaha, Deputy Director of the Institute of Sociology, shared their expert opinions on the survey.
According to the survey, Viktor Yanukovych was rated as the most post-Soviet politician of Ukraine. The Georgian ranking was topped by the leader of opposition Nino Burdzhinadze. And, the first place of the Moldovan survey was taken by its former President Vladimir Voronin.