Skip to comments.Ukraine prime minister resigns over coalition break up
Posted on 07/24/2014 9:09:10 AM PDT by Freelance Warrior
Kiev (AFP) - Ukraine's Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk on Thursday resigned in a shock move in protest at the disbanding of the ruling parliamentary coalition, plunging the strife-torn nation into political uncertainty.
Yatsenyuk said the "government and the prime minister must resign" after the withdrawal of several parties triggered the break up of the European Choice parliamentary majority in a move that paved the way for long-awaited early legislative elections.
The formal dissolution of the majority coalition in Ukraine's Verkhovna Rada gives President Petro Poroshenko the right over the next month to announce a fresh parliamentary poll.
Poroshenko had pledged though that the possibility of upcoming elections would not paralyse the work of parliament at a time when Kiev is struggling to end a bloody separatist insurrection tearing apart the east of the country.
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Can you spell M E S S.
A falling out amongst thieves....
The people of that country need to get their house in order, before Russia steals it all.
The thieves are the ones who took Crimea and are now trying to take more.
There will be another election.
The battle against the Russian terrorists will continue.
It has some 9 or so hours since the Kiev government fell apart, and CNN has yet to mention it...
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