Ukraine’s PM resigns, forces new elections

Ukraine’s Prime Minister Arseniy Yatseniuk has resigned, after two parties quit the ruling coalition government to trigger early parliamentary elections.

The dissolution of the coalition was expected following President Petro Poroshenko promise to call elections after he won the presidential vote in May.

Yatseniuk expressed his concerns of Ukraine's inability to vote on crucial laws, paying soldiers, buying rifles and restocking its much needed gas.

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  • leopardtrader
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    A basket case where US approach is totally beyond logic whereas risk overwhelms reward. Kiev should come down from their tall ego ( and hope of big brother doing own fight) and seriously talk with their countrymen that are rebelling form inclusive administration and devolve power. Bring in USA, Russia, EU and whosoever is the wrong bet that end up killing and destroying yourselves permanently. Wisdom is needed. Flush out USA, Russia and EU they are evils. They have not resolved anything anything. Gaza has been there for 40 years or more now ?
    25 Jul 2014, 04:24 AM Reply Like
  • 11146471
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    If a war didn't manage to unite them then nothing can.


    Next step is to offer their allegiance to Russian motherland. For the sake of their people.


    I foresee a very long and harsh winter for Ukrainians. Winter is dreadful without NatGas in this part of the world!
    25 Jul 2014, 10:14 AM Reply Like
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