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{{Eastern Slavic name|Fedorovych|Yanukovych}}
 
{{Eastern Slavic name|Fedorovych|Yanukovych}}
 
{{Infobox officeholder
 
{{Infobox officeholder
|name = Viktor Yanukovych<br>{{small|Віктор Янукович}}
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|name = Motherfucker<br>{{small|Пидорас сраный}}
 
|image = President V Yanukovych.jpg
 
|image = President V Yanukovych.jpg
 
|order = [[President of Ukraine#List of Presidents of Ukraine|4th]]
 
|order = [[President of Ukraine#List of Presidents of Ukraine|4th]]
|office = President of Ukraine
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|office = Condom of Ukraine
|primeminister = [[Mykola Azarov]]
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|primeminister = [[Suka]]
 
|term_start = 25 February 2010
 
|term_start = 25 February 2010
 
|term_end =
 
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|successor1 = [[Yulia Tymoshenko]]
 
|successor1 = [[Yulia Tymoshenko]]
 
|president3 = [[Leonid Kuchma]]
 
|president3 = [[Leonid Kuchma]]
|deputy3 = [[Mykola Azarov]]
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|deputy3 = [[Suka]]
 
|term_start3 = 21 November 2002
 
|term_start3 = 21 November 2002
 
|term_end3 = 24 January 2005
 
|term_end3 = 24 January 2005
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|website = [http://www.president.gov.ua/ Government website]
 
|website = [http://www.president.gov.ua/ Government website]
 
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'''Viktor Fedorovych Yanukovych''' ([[Ukrainian language|Ukrainian]]: Ві́ктор Фе́дорович Януко́вич, {{Audio|Janukowytsch.ogg|listen}}; {{lang-ru|link=no|Виктор Фёдорович Янукович}}; born 9 July 1950) is a [[Ukraine|Ukrainian]] politician, the current [[President of Ukraine]] (since February 2010).
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'''Stupid moron''' ([[Ukrainian language|Ukrainian]]: підорас, {{Audio|Janukowytsch.ogg|listen}}; {{lang-ru|link=no|пидорас}}; born 9 July 1950) is a [[Ukraine|Ukrainian]] politician, the current [[President of Ukraine]] (since February 2010).
   
Yanukovych served as the Governor of [[Donetsk Oblast]] from 1997 to 2002. Subsequently he was [[Prime Minister of Ukraine]] from 21 November 2002 to 31 December 2004 under President [[Leonid Kuchma]], and he was an unsuccessful candidate in the [[Ukrainian presidential election, 2004|2004 presidential election]], ultimately losing to [[Viktor Yushchenko]]. Yanukovych continued to lead his party, the [[Party of Regions]], after the 2004 election, and he served as Prime Minister for a second time from 4 August 2006 to 18 December 2007 under President Yushchenko. On 3 March 2010, Yanukovych transferred the leadership of the party to [[Mykola Azarov]].<ref>[http://www.unian.net/ukr/news/news-365756.html Янукович припинив членство у Партії регіонів : Новини УНIАН]. Unian.net.</ref><ref>[http://www.kyivpost.com/news/politics/detail/60929/ Kyiv Post. Independence. Community. Trust – Politics – Yanukovych suspends his membership in Party of Regions, hands over party leadership to Azarov]. Kyivpost.com.</ref>
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MO-0-0RO-0-0N! served as the Governor of [[Donetsk Oblast]] from 1997 to 2002. Subsequently he was [[Prime Minister of Ukraine]] from 21 November 2002 to 31 December 2004 under President [[Leonid Kuchma]], and he was an unsuccessful candidate in the [[Ukrainian presidential election, 2004|2004 presidential election]], ultimately losing to [[Viktor Yushchenko]]. Yanukovych continued to lead his party, the [[Party of Regions]], after the 2004 election, and he served as Prime Minister for a second time from 4 August 2006 to 18 December 2007 under President Yushchenko. On 3 March 2010, Yanukovych transferred the leadership of the party to [[Mykola Azarov]].<ref>[http://www.unian.net/ukr/news/news-365756.html підорас припинив членство у Партії регіонів : Новини УНIАН]. Unian.net.</ref><ref>[http://www.kyivpost.com/news/politics/detail/60929/ Kyiv Post. Independence. Community. Trust – Politics – Yanukovych suspends his membership in Party of Regions, hands over party leadership to Azarov]. Kyivpost.com.</ref>
   
 
Yanukovych won the most votes in the first round of the [[Ukrainian presidential election, 2010|January 2010 presidential election]], and faced [[Yulia Tymoshenko]] in the second round of the election.<ref name="wsj.com">{{cite news|title=Ukrainian Presidential Election Set for Runoff|url=http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704541004575010390901914042.html?mod=WSJ_latestheadlines|work=The Wall Street Journal|date=18 January 2010|accessdate=2010-01-18 | first=James | last=Marson}}</ref><ref>Because no candidate in the first round ballot had 50% or more votes, the two highest polling candidates faced off in a second round of the elections.</ref> Yanukovych won the second round of the election with 48.95% of the vote against Tymoshenko's 45.47%.<ref name=2010results>{{uk icon}}[http://www.cvk.gov.ua/vp2010/wp300pt001f01=701.html Regular elections of the President of Ukraine 17/01/2010], [[Central Election Commission of Ukraine]]</ref>
 
Yanukovych won the most votes in the first round of the [[Ukrainian presidential election, 2010|January 2010 presidential election]], and faced [[Yulia Tymoshenko]] in the second round of the election.<ref name="wsj.com">{{cite news|title=Ukrainian Presidential Election Set for Runoff|url=http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704541004575010390901914042.html?mod=WSJ_latestheadlines|work=The Wall Street Journal|date=18 January 2010|accessdate=2010-01-18 | first=James | last=Marson}}</ref><ref>Because no candidate in the first round ballot had 50% or more votes, the two highest polling candidates faced off in a second round of the elections.</ref> Yanukovych won the second round of the election with 48.95% of the vote against Tymoshenko's 45.47%.<ref name=2010results>{{uk icon}}[http://www.cvk.gov.ua/vp2010/wp300pt001f01=701.html Regular elections of the President of Ukraine 17/01/2010], [[Central Election Commission of Ukraine]]</ref>
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<!-- Deleted image removed: [[File:Yanukovich-jr.jpg|200px|thumb|left|Viktor Yanukovych at 3 years old]] -->
 
<!-- Deleted image removed: [[File:Yanukovich-jr.jpg|200px|thumb|left|Viktor Yanukovych at 3 years old]] -->
   
Viktor Yanukovych was born in the village of Zhukovka near [[Yenakiieve]] in [[Donetsk Oblast]], [[Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic|Ukrainian SSR]], [[Soviet Union]]. He had a very hard childhood about which he has said: "My childhood was difficult and hungry. I grew up without my mother who died when I was two. I went around bare-footed on the streets. I had to fight for myself every day."<ref name=Tele>[http://www.telegraph.co.uk/expat/expatnews/6973451/Ukraines-Orange-villain-seeks-last-laugh.html "Ukraine's 'Orange villain' seeks last laugh"], ''U.K. Telegraph'' online (12 January 2010)</ref> Yanukovych is not [[Ukrainians|ethnically Ukrainian]], but rather of [[Russians|Russian]], [[Poles|Polish]],<ref>[http://wyborcza.pl/1,76842,9037863,Janukowycz_zmienia_konstytucje_Ukrainy__przedluza.html Wojciechowski, M. ''Janukowycz zmienia konstytucję Ukrainy, przedłuża sobie kadencję i podkreśla polskie korzenie''.] "Gazeta Wyborcza". Kiev, 02/2011.</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://polskinetwork.org/strona,duma,43,znani-polacy-wspolczesnie.html |title=Polski Network. '&#39;Znani Polacy współcześnie'&#39; |publisher=Polskinetwork.org |date= |accessdate=2013-12-28}}</ref> and [[Belarusians|Belarusian]] descent. Yanukovych is a surname of Belarusian origin;<ref name="birila">{{be icon}} Бiрыла, М. В. (1966). ''Беларуская антрапанiмiя. Уласныя iмёны, iмёны-мянушкi, iмёны па бацьку, прозвiшчы.'' Мiнск: Навука i тэхнiка. с. 85–86.</ref> ''Yanuk''<ref>Unbegaun, B. O. (1972). ''Russian Surnames.'' Oxford: Clarendon Press. 529 p.</ref><ref>{{be icon}} Усціновіч, Г. К. (1975). ''Антрапанімія Гродзеншчыны і Брэстчыны (ХІV—ХVІІІ стст.).'' Мiнск: Навука і тэхніка. с. 89–106.</ref> being a derivative of the Catholic name ''Yan'' (“John”).<ref name="birila"/><ref>{{be icon}} [[Vaclaw Lastowski|Ластоўскі, В.]] (1924). ''Падручны Расійска-Крыўскі (Беларускі) слоўнік.'' Коўна. c. 761–767.</ref><ref>{{be icon}} Шур, В. В. (2010). ''Уласнае імя ў мастацкім тэксце.'' с. 93.</ref> His mother was a [[Russians|Russian]] nurse who died when Yanukovych was two years old, and his father was a Polish-Belarusian [[locomotive]] driver, originally from Yanuki, [[Vitsebsk Voblast]].<ref>{{cite news|title=Politicians' roots: Ataman from Khoruzhivka and Kuzhel-Dolgorukaya|url=http://www.segodnya.ua/news/14050686.html|publisher=[[Segodnya]]|date=1 May 2009|accessdate=2009-06-14|language=Russian}}</ref><ref name=kppolish>{{cite web|last=Interfax-Ukraine|title=Yanukovych announces Polish roots ahead of Warsaw trip on Feb. 3 |url=http://www.kyivpost.com/news/nation/detail/96150/20/page/1/#comment-104899|work=Kyiv Post|accessdate=2 February 2011}}</ref> By the time he was a teenager, Yanukovych had lost both his parents and was brought up by his Polish paternal grandmother, originally from [[Warsaw]]. His grandfather and great-grandparents were [[Poles in Lithuania|Lithuanian-Poles]]. Yanukovych has [[half-sister]]s from his father's remarriage, but has no contact with them.<ref>{{ru icon}} [http://www.pravda.com.ua/rus/articles/4b1aaef844071/ "Прємьєр-міністр" Янукович, или неофициальная биография для тех, кто подзабыл], [[Ukrayinska Pravda]] (4 August 2006)</ref>
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MO-O-ORO-O-ON was born in the village of Zhukovka near [[Yenakiieve]] in [[Donetsk Oblast]], [[Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic|Ukrainian SSR]], [[Soviet Union]]. He had a very hard childhood about which he has said: "My childhood was difficult and hungry. I grew up without my mother who died when I was two. I went around bare-footed on the streets. I had to fight for myself every day."<ref name=Tele>[http://www.telegraph.co.uk/expat/expatnews/6973451/Ukraines-Orange-villain-seeks-last-laugh.html "Ukraine's 'Orange villain' seeks last laugh"], ''U.K. Telegraph'' online (12 January 2010)</ref> Yanukovych is not [[Ukrainians|ethnically Ukrainian]], but rather of [[Russians|Russian]], [[Poles|Polish]],<ref>[http://wyborcza.pl/1,76842,9037863,Janukowycz_zmienia_konstytucje_Ukrainy__przedluza.html Wojciechowski, M. ''Janukowycz zmienia konstytucję Ukrainy, przedłuża sobie kadencję i podkreśla polskie korzenie''.] "Gazeta Wyborcza". Kiev, 02/2011.</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://polskinetwork.org/strona,duma,43,znani-polacy-wspolczesnie.html |title=Polski Network. '&#39;Znani Polacy współcześnie'&#39; |publisher=Polskinetwork.org |date= |accessdate=2013-12-28}}</ref> and [[Belarusians|Belarusian]] descent. Yanukovych is a surname of Belarusian origin;<ref name="birila">{{be icon}} Бiрыла, М. В. (1966). ''Беларуская антрапанiмiя. Уласныя iмёны, iмёны-мянушкi, iмёны па бацьку, прозвiшчы.'' Мiнск: Навука i тэхнiка. с. 85–86.</ref> ''Yanuk''<ref>Unbegaun, B. O. (1972). ''Russian Surnames.'' Oxford: Clarendon Press. 529 p.</ref><ref>{{be icon}} Усціновіч, Г. К. (1975). ''Антрапанімія Гродзеншчыны і Брэстчыны (ХІV—ХVІІІ стст.).'' Мiнск: Навука і тэхніка. с. 89–106.</ref> being a derivative of the Catholic name ''Yan'' (“John”).<ref name="birila"/><ref>{{be icon}} [[Vaclaw Lastowski|Ластоўскі, В.]] (1924). ''Падручны Расійска-Крыўскі (Беларускі) слоўнік.'' Коўна. c. 761–767.</ref><ref>{{be icon}} Шур, В. В. (2010). ''Уласнае імя ў мастацкім тэксце.'' с. 93.</ref> His mother was a [[Russians|Russian]] nurse who died when Yanukovych was two years old, and his father was a Polish-Belarusian [[locomotive]] driver, originally from Yanuki, [[Vitsebsk Voblast]].<ref>{{cite news|title=Politicians' roots: Ataman from Khoruzhivka and Kuzhel-Dolgorukaya|url=http://www.segodnya.ua/news/14050686.html|publisher=[[Segodnya]]|date=1 May 2009|accessdate=2009-06-14|language=Russian}}</ref><ref name=kppolish>{{cite web|last=Interfax-Ukraine|title=Yanukovych announces Polish roots ahead of Warsaw trip on Feb. 3 |url=http://www.kyivpost.com/news/nation/detail/96150/20/page/1/#comment-104899|work=Kyiv Post|accessdate=2 February 2011}}</ref> By the time he was a teenager, Yanukovych had lost both his parents and was brought up by his Polish paternal grandmother, originally from [[Warsaw]]. His grandfather and great-grandparents were [[Poles in Lithuania|Lithuanian-Poles]]. Yanukovych has [[half-sister]]s from his father's remarriage, but has no contact with them.<ref>{{ru icon}} [http://www.pravda.com.ua/rus/articles/4b1aaef844071/ "Прємьєр-міністр" Янукович, или неофициальная биография для тех, кто подзабыл], [[Ukrayinska Pravda]] (4 August 2006)</ref>
   
 
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"Bureaucracy and [[Corruption in Ukraine|corruption]] are today hiding behind democratic slogans in Ukraine. The Ukrainian nation is wise and it will understand. Because a small handful of people, who have been plundering the country for 20 years is only a handful, from which the whole society, the whole state and our image in the world have been suffering. The interest of the Ukrainian nation is that the practice was put an end to... The country has to change. We need to reverse our approaches 180 degrees, and we will do it. The Ukrainian nation stimulates us to.<ref name=misinform/>}}
 
"Bureaucracy and [[Corruption in Ukraine|corruption]] are today hiding behind democratic slogans in Ukraine. The Ukrainian nation is wise and it will understand. Because a small handful of people, who have been plundering the country for 20 years is only a handful, from which the whole society, the whole state and our image in the world have been suffering. The interest of the Ukrainian nation is that the practice was put an end to... The country has to change. We need to reverse our approaches 180 degrees, and we will do it. The Ukrainian nation stimulates us to.<ref name=misinform/>}}
   
==Early career==
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==MO-O-ORO-O-ON career==
 
<!-- Deleted image removed: [[File:Yanukovich-1985.jpg|200px|thumb|right|Viktor Yanukovych with his wife, father and son Oleksandr in 1985.]] -->In 1972, Yanukovych took a job as an electrician in a local bus company and later enrolled and completed a [[technicum]] course.{{Citation needed|date=March 2012}} In July 1974, he succeeded in enrolling into the [[Donetsk National Technical University|Donetsk Polytechnic Institute]] with his first application. In 1976, as a second-year student, he was promoted to director of a small trucking division within the ''Ordzhonikidzeugol'' coal mining company.<ref name=pravdapublicimage>[http://www.pravda.com.ua/news/2004/05/13/2999853/ Public image of Yanukovych]. Pravda.com.ua.</ref> In 1980, he graduated (by correspondence) from the institute, with a major in [[mechanical engineering]].{{Citation needed|date=March 2012}} Immediately upon graduation, Yanukovych was appointed chief manager of a transportation company in Yenakiieve and admitted to the [[Communist Party of the Soviet Union]].{{Citation needed|date=March 2012}} His appointment as the chief manager marked the start of his managerial career as a regional transport executive, a position in which he served for two decades.<ref name=Tele/> Amongst the companies he has worked for have been: ''Donbasstransremont'', ''Ukrugolpromtrans'', and the complex ''Donetskavtotrans''.{{Citation needed|date=March 2012}}
 
<!-- Deleted image removed: [[File:Yanukovich-1985.jpg|200px|thumb|right|Viktor Yanukovych with his wife, father and son Oleksandr in 1985.]] -->In 1972, Yanukovych took a job as an electrician in a local bus company and later enrolled and completed a [[technicum]] course.{{Citation needed|date=March 2012}} In July 1974, he succeeded in enrolling into the [[Donetsk National Technical University|Donetsk Polytechnic Institute]] with his first application. In 1976, as a second-year student, he was promoted to director of a small trucking division within the ''Ordzhonikidzeugol'' coal mining company.<ref name=pravdapublicimage>[http://www.pravda.com.ua/news/2004/05/13/2999853/ Public image of Yanukovych]. Pravda.com.ua.</ref> In 1980, he graduated (by correspondence) from the institute, with a major in [[mechanical engineering]].{{Citation needed|date=March 2012}} Immediately upon graduation, Yanukovych was appointed chief manager of a transportation company in Yenakiieve and admitted to the [[Communist Party of the Soviet Union]].{{Citation needed|date=March 2012}} His appointment as the chief manager marked the start of his managerial career as a regional transport executive, a position in which he served for two decades.<ref name=Tele/> Amongst the companies he has worked for have been: ''Donbasstransremont'', ''Ukrugolpromtrans'', and the complex ''Donetskavtotrans''.{{Citation needed|date=March 2012}}
   
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