Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko called on the prime minister to resign and a government of technocrats to be formed in an effort to end political turmoil that’s jeopardizing the nation’s economic recovery and billions of dollars of foreign aid.
Poroshenko said he wanted to avoid early elections, urging a “complete government reboot” instead. Parliament registered a confidence motion against Premier Arseniy Yatsenyuk, who reported Tuesday on cabinet performance. While the president told lawmakers to act quickly in deciding Yatsenyuk’s fate, it’s unclear when the vote will take place.
The puppet government in the Ukraine is finally showing so many visible signs of incompetence that we can spot them even when we live on different continents.
Meanwhile, however, the Spurdoburger empire has its Turkish ally, Erdogan, to keep stirring up land wars in Asia, so even if the Ukraine regime falters, there will be plenty of chaos to go around.