Ukraine to Push for Cabinet Revamp as Another Reformer Quits

  • Anti-graft efforts in focus after IMF warns aid may be halted
  • Senior prosecutor follows reformist minister in resigning

Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk is set to report to parliament this week on government performance, with proposed personnel changes to follow.

Photographer: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg

The political crisis roiling Ukraine’s post-revolution leaders is coming to a head after the International Monetary Fund threatened to cut off aid and another top reformer quit. If efforts to revamp the cabinet fail, the risk is early elections.

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