BYUT

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BYUTBlok Yulia Timoshenko (political alliance, Ukraine)
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(14) An informal word that combines the known abbreviations of the Party of Regions (PR) and Bloc of Yulia Tymoshenko (BYuT) in one.
Tambien habra que usar la via juridica a fin de demandar la posible victoria de Yanukovich en los tribunales y con este objetivo fueron distribuidos entre los partidarios del BYuT las instrucciones de como actuar en caso de que se de la orden de iniciar la campana juridica de protestas.
Siguiendo el ejemplo del BYuT, los del PR organizaron el recuento paralelo de los votos y segun sus resultados preliminares Yanukovich salio adelante con la ventaja de un 4 por ciento y medio.
Sviatoslav Olyinyk, a deputy from the BYuT, said the prime minister could make a statement on Wednesday or Thursday recognising the election results.
But Sergiy Vlasenko, another BYuT deputy, said the party would ask for a recount in the eastern regions of Donetsk and Lugansk and in the Crimea peninsula, all Yanukovych strongholds where he polled extremely well.
The cabinet was split 50-50 between representatives from BYuT and Our Ukraine (which is now called Our Ukraine-People's Self Defense).
Months of political stalemate followed, with the Anti-Crisis Coalition continuing to hold Rada sessions, even after opposition parties Our Ukraine and BYuT resigned their seats and deprived the parliament of a constitutional quorum.
With 99.93% of ballots counted on 4 October, the pro-Western Orange alliance of the Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc (BYuT) and Yushchenko's Our Ukraine/People's Self-Defence Bloc (NU-NS) held just under 45% of the vote, while the Russia-friendly Regions Party, led by Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych, had 34.3%.
We started bright, scored two good goals, byut their penalty put us on the back foot.
She met members of factions allied with her BYuT bloc, urging them to hold together to ensure a balanced power structure which was not "monopolized" by Yanukovich s Regions Party backers.
Preliminary results indicate that the alliance of the pro-Western Bloc of Yulia Tymoshenko (BYuT) and President Viktor Yushchenko's the Our Ukraine-People's Self-Defence Bloc (NU-NS) has won the parliamentary elections in Ukraine on 30 September.
Speech to Wider Europe Conference; meetings with: Ukraine's President Victor Youchtchenko, Prime Minister Viktor Yanoukovytch, Foreign Minister Boris Tarasiuk, President of ByuT party Yulya Tymoshenko, Economy Minister Volodymir Makhuka and Deputy Prime Minister and Regional Policy Minister Volodymyr Rybak