Why has Ukraine become disillusioned with the Orange Revolution?

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Last year Yulia Timoshenko, one of the leaders of Ukrainian Orange Revolution, was defeated in the Presidential elections.

It was a sign that many people had become disillusioned in a country strategically positioned between the European Union and Russia.

Daniel Sandford has been to Zaporizhia, one of Ukraine's big industrial cities, to take the political temperature.

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