Is Ukraine’s democracy functioning after two years of war?

No elections have been held since 2019

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As the second anniversary of Russia’s invasion approaches, Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskiy is still a very popular figure among voters.

But with no elections having been held since 2019, and with martial law applying in the country, is democracy being undermined?

From Kyiv, Dan McLaughlin talks to Hugh Linehan about Ukraine’s politics, the recent progress of the war, how critics of Zelenskiy are growing louder and whether there are any mainstream voices calling for compromise or negotiations with Russia.

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