Meanwhile, Ukraine's Government Collapses, PM Yatsenyuk Resigns

Tyler Durden's picture

As if Ukraine was not struggling through enough turmoil currently, Bloomberg reports that the fragile coalition government has collapsed after two parties quit. The UDAR and Svoboda parties said they’d leave the government and seek a snap parliamentary ballot. Tempers have been fraying recently as numerous brawls have broken out in parliament ahead of President Poroshenko's pledge to call elections this year. All we have to do now is find out who Washington would like to see in power? The end result: Prime Minister Yatsenyuk just resigned. The big question now is what will the IMF do about the remaining tranches of its loans? Via BBG:


How The Ukrainian government has settled these problems in the past.

As Bloomberg reports,

Ukraine’s coalition collapsed after two parties quit during a months-long pro-Russian insurgency in the nation’s east that downed a Malaysian Air jet last week.


The UDAR and Svoboda parties said they’d leave the government and seek a snap parliamentary ballot, according to statements today on their websites. Under the constitution, the former Soviet republic has 30 days to form a new coalition or it must call early elections. The existing cabinet will remain in place in the meantime.


Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk’s government, took over the country in February after pro-European street protests prompted Kremlin-backed President Viktor Yanukovych to flee to Russia. Yanukovych’s successor, billionaire Petro Poroshenko, had pledged to call parliamentary elections this year.


“We will probably have snap parliamentary elections at the end of October,” Yuriy Yakymenko, the head of political research at the Razumkov Center, said by phone from Kiev today. “This option was probably agreed on by political parties seeking elections and the president.”


The government and the current parliament will keep working until new institutions are formed, he said. Olga Lappo, Yatsenyuk’s spokeswoman, declined to comment when reached by phone today.

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Ukrainian bonds are tumbling on the news...

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PartysOver's picture

Damn, the USSA really knows how to pick a winning hand.

Urban Redneck's picture

The Parliament just outlawed the Communist Party, which held 23 seats, and there is a civil war going on in the east half of the country, and guess who will be counting the votes in the next election... This actually is a winning hand...

Headbanger's picture

Watch..  The chaos that follows in Ukraine gives Putin ample reason to sent Russian troops into its eastern region as "peace keepers"

Mean while Barry is fretting about being three over on the 14th par 4

SWRichmond's picture

CNN will be screaming "No!  We have to talk about the false flag plane downing!"

TahoeBilly2012's picture

Where's Banzai? Or here he is, baaahahaha.

Four chan's picture

they should erect a boxing ring in the middle of their house of legislature. then we would see some governing.

NotApplicable's picture

When two tribes go to war, one is all that you can score.

THX 1178's picture

The USSA sez, "Well, the false flag plane crash didnt work, so please, Yatsenyuk, setp down and create a power vacuum... thatll get shit heated real quick."

COSMOS's picture

Yatsenyuk resigns, figures that parasite detaches after feeding on IMF money as much as he could steal.  He leaves govt before the winter disaster when it all sinks in to the people that they are screwed.  He will be on his megayacht in the Mediterranean denying any culpability.

Monty Burns's picture

Whoever it is he/she will also be Jewish to keep all the top positions (PM, President and main regional Governors) in the tribe's hands.  Then again, is it necessary any longer?  The Ukrainian gold is in NY.

COSMOS's picture

This is what total control of the media gets you, a subservient population, look no further than the USA as an example.

tvdog's picture

"The Ukrainian gold is in NY."

Where is the Libyan gold? The German gold?

Monty Burns's picture

Good question.  Maybe the Ukrainian gold is not in NY after all. Maybe somewhere in the eastern Med.?

Whatchamacallit's picture

Sure will : Vladimir Groysman.

Jack Burton's picture

Yatsenyuk is smart, he leaves a big winner. Imagine how much IMF money slipped into his hands the last few months. Also, Kiev announced it's third draft call up for the war. Claiming to have suffered no major losses, people ask where the first two drafts have gone then? Answer, buried in the fields of East Ukraine.

Poundsand's picture

Those new draft call ups aren't for dead soldiers.  Ukraine needs to get some soldiers trained and indoctrinated prior to the riots that will come this winter when the gas gets shut off, their economy implodes, and the IMF money runs out or comes due or both.  You can't just get soldiers with an IQ of over 75 that will shoot their own people without a little prep time.


Pie rre's picture

Their gold has already been shipped to the US. Mission accomplished.

Buck Johnson's picture

You are 100% correct.  And that is exactly what will happen when winter gets around and they look around and see how bad everything is and all the ones to blame are gone and with their money they pilfered.

pods's picture

I was going to make a boxing joke!  Cause we all know who is going to be annointed.  

(the guy banging the cotton chick)


NoDebt's picture

Not for nothing, but how are Ukraininan bonds still trading above par?  That's some brave investors in those things.

bobby02's picture

They're not. A handful of funds hold the whole issue and are painting the tape.


Playing with OPM is good and well, but 8% p.a. to take 3 years of Uke risk?

max2205's picture

I am sure Biden's son will fix this mess

Pie rre's picture

Don't forget Kerry's relation.  Grandson wasn't it?

BaBaBouy's picture

"""Damn, the USSA really knows how to pick a winning hand."""


Kirk2NCC1701's picture

That (b)itchy needs a scratchy.

digitalindustry's picture

replacment already !  dam they move fast, I wonder what this little hottie will do?


another day another false flag.

Uncle Remus's picture

[sound of respirator]

I feel a disturbance in the Hair Club for Men.

[sound of respirator]

[sound of popcorn popping]

[sound of respirator]

[sound of Babylon 5 in background]

[sound of respirator]

[sound of phone dialing]

Vlad! Darth here. Comrade, we need to talk...

[sound of respirator]


Manthong's picture

Great one WB.. Very becoming..

But I don’t think he’s blond in the short hairs.

Manthong's picture

That was nice of Tymoshenko to loan out one of her wigs.

She’s probably bald without one, too.

williambanzai7's picture

Victoria Nuland is busy handng cookies out to the families of the MH17 crash victims. Later she will fuck the European Parliament...

strannick's picture

Exactly. Can't let fundamentals get in the way of incendiary propaganda

strannick's picture

Exactly. Can't let fundamentals get in the way of incendiary propaganda

Monty Burns's picture

"The big question now is what will the IMF do about the remaining tranches of its loans?"

Pay them off with the Ukrainian gold moved to New York for (cough) safe keeping.

HardAssets's picture

The plane thing didnt work out so well.

So it'll be 'down the memory hole' within a month, and you'll never hear about it

When you dumb down education for 100 years in America, its easy to create a populatin with 'ADHD' (actually nothing but t.v. & other media/'entertainment'  induced short attention spans and lack of any critical thinking skills taught in 'schools'. And putting &*^% in the food & water definitely doesn't help either.)

Herd Redirection Committee's picture

And checking a smartphone for messages every 30 seconds...  And being able to electornically divert one's attention, at any time (and it is socially acceptable, to boot!)

Meat Hammer's picture

Smart phone.  Now there's an oxymoron.

Kobe Beef's picture

The phones are smarter. The people are dumber.

Stoploss's picture

"gives Putin ample reason to sent Russian troops into its eastern region as "peace keepers""




Game, set, match.


digitalindustry's picture

not happening.


still same result.

Miles Ahead's picture

Thank you DI.  Some common sense.

Watch..  The chaos that follows in Ukraine gives Putin ample reason to sent Russian troops into its eastern region as "peace keepers"

Chaos soon in Ukraine... ya think?

News Flash: Putin does not want E. Ukraine.  Isn't that much clear by now?

walküre's picture

Putin is pretty much forced to make a move when NATO knocks on the Russian borders and the lives of 8 million ethnic Russians hang in the balance.

Miles Ahead's picture

lol... wake me when NATO knocks.  Don't want to miss all the fireworks.  But if you think NATO knocking on Russia's borders puts Ukranian citizens (only) in the crosshairs, well - like Miles Davis said (or at least Apple inferred...) Think Differently. 

And really, this is about Putin caring about "ethnicity"?  Come on now... what a wonderful world.

If we could figure all this out 2-3 moves in advance we'd be...

Vlad Putin. 


walküre's picture

150 million Russians care about 8 million ethnic Russians

Putin has no choice BUT to care. His approval ratings are through the roof as is because he's a hardliner against the Zios.

Quus Ant's picture

Bringing Nazis to power and arming them isn't a good idea.  Surprise.  The WEst fools itself in thinking they can control these nutjobs.  Arming and providing political cover for whackadoos in Ukraine, Syria/Iraq, Saud and Israel- fuck me, it's come to this.

The WEst will get their proxy war.


Will Putin step in before or after Ukraine's ethnic Russians are cleansed?


McCormick No. 9's picture

NATO - Continental Europe, + Poland + Latvia = United States with a 50 lb handicap. I'm not betting on that horse.

Herd Redirection Committee's picture

Your use of BEDMAS confused me. 

You are saying Nato, without Continental Europe, but with Poland and Latvia?  Wouldn't have a popsicle's chance in hell of holding on to that.  Agreed.