Turns out Moroz hasn't signed the coalition memorandum yet, despite what Mykola Rudkovsky said yesterday. He's waiting, just like the rest of them.
Yaroslav Davydovych is also waiting - he hasn't had a single contact with the press today, nor have his colleagues.
99.99% of the votes have been counted; Vitrenko's still lagging behind, thank God.
She's demanding a recount, and so do Viche, Pora-PRP, NDP and Lytvyn's Bloc.
Yulia held a press conference today - looked very alert, serious and decisive, with very little of her usual girliness. She also has some complaints about the fairness of the election and the count - but she spoke more about forming the coalition.
Rinat Akhmetov held a press conference, too, today, and sounded like a fool: he joked he'd head a committee on fighting organized crime in the new parliament.
Chernovetsky looked tipsy as he toured the Kyiv City Council building today. It's painful to watch him, now that he's almost our mayor - every time he speaks, I keep catching my breath, awaiting yet another fluff, like what he said to and about the City Council journalists the other day. Getting used to him will take some time.