Who Won Power After Staff Clean-Ups in the Government?

Which deputy ministers and department heads have lost their seats in the first 100 days the new government has been in office? Is there a succession in the government? How many reformers have left and who has replaced them? Volodymyr Hroysman’s government became the third one in Ukraine within the last 2.5 years. It seems that the new political forces in power have failed to change the Ukrainian tradition of short-lived governments as the average tenure of the post-revolutionary governments

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Which deputy ministers and department heads have lost their seats in the first 100 days the new government has been in office? Is there a succession in the government? How many reformers have left and who has replaced them? Volodymyr Hroysman’s government became the third one in Ukraine within the last 2.5 years. It seems that the new political forces in power have failed to change the Ukrainian tradition of short-lived governments as the average tenure of the post-revolutionary governments equals 13 months. VoxUkraine has analysed the staff turnover in the government after the power transfer and the depth of these changes. Who is replacing the few reformers of the previous government?

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