Ukrainian PM resigns

3 December 2012 - 2:01pm


Ukrainian Prime Minister Nikolai Azarov has announced resignation to President Victor Yanukovych due to becoming a people’s deputy, according to article 115 of the Constitution and article 15 of the law on Cabinet, Interfax reports.

Yanukovych permitted the resignation. The Cabinet will continue its work until a new one is formed. Speaker of Parliament of the sixth calling Vladimir Litvin said that the decision on the new Cabinet will be made after formation of the presidium of parliament.


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