Natalia Korolevska - the "Ukraine - Forward!" Party leader:
The Party aims to bring new leaders into politics,
who will change the quality of Ukrainian politics.
The ultimate goal of the Party is to build a new state:
a prosperous and independent Ukraine!


Andriy Shevchenko: I am staying in politics and in the “Ukraine – Forward!” team

October 31, 2012
Andriy Shevchenko says he cares about Ukraine’s future, so he is staying in politics and in the “Ukraine – Forward!” team. According to him, this parliamentary election was his first step on the way to big politics.

Ostap Stupka: We are grateful to everyone who put their trust in us

October 31, 2012
The “Ukraine – Forward!” team will stay in politics and continue working on changes in the country, a famous Ukrainian actor Ostap Stupka said. Acccording to him, the “Ukraine – Forward!” Party was the youngest in this election, so it’s just the start of its political path.

Natalia Korolevska: The “Ukraine – Forward!” Party will form a new opposition

October 30, 2012
The “Ukraine – Forward!” Party of Natalia Korolevska will continue building a modern political force in spite of the parliamentary election outcome, the Party leader Natalia Korolevska said at a follow-up press conference regarding the 2012 election campaign results. “We admit our defeat. According to our estimates, the “Ukraine – Forward!” Party was supported by 4.7% of voters. However, our result...

Natalia Korolevska: We will closely control vote counting and protocols delivering

October 28, 2012
Natalia Korolevska’s “Ukraine – Forward!” Party questions the exit polls data and will protect every vote of its supporters, the Party leader Natalia Korolevska said during a briefing. “We are taking the exit polls data into account… As you know, our relationship with them is a bit complicated. Results of an exit poll we have conducted are different from the data presented by sociological companies...

“Ukraine – Forward!”: “Carousels” organized at many polling stations throughout the country

October 28, 2012
Cases of direct bribing of voters are getting much more frequent at polling stations throughout Ukraine. Attempts to sneak ballots out of polling stations and take pictures of ballots in voting booths have become more widespread. Deputy Head of the “Ukraine – Forward!” Party Volodymyr Tkachenko informed that the Party representatives have registered about 3000 violations at polling stations as of 16:00, more than 770 of them being gross violations.