Can former Georgian president Saakashvili galvanise Ukraine's opposition?

Nearly four years after Ukrainians took to the streets and overthrew a corrupt government, some of them want to do it again. Currency devaluation and utility price hikes have made Ukrainians poorer, while corrupt officials still go unpunished. One man who says he wants to change that is former Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili. He is now trying to galvanise the opposition in Ukraine. But can he pull it off? Our correspondent Gulliver Cragg reports from Kiev.


A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett and Laura Burloux.

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