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Tymoshenko says cabinet won't stay on as caretaker

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March 3, 2010, 2 p.m. | Politics — by Reuters

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Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, facing a vote of no confidence in her government, said on Mar. 3 her cabinet would not stay on as a caretaker government should the motion pass. "If the dismissal of the government is passed today, at that very same moment our government will leave the cabinet. Our political force will cross into the opposition," she told parliament before the vote was due to take place.
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Anonymous March 3, 2010, 5:12 p.m.    

Childish, if you do not do what I want, I do not talk to you anymore! Compare to Yush and Yanu she is the least logical, lots of emmotion. It is time to go and have a rest, may be others do better!!

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Anonymous March 4, 2010, 3:12 a.m.    

she got the boots....

her mouth that used to be as foul as an outdoor toilte suddenly wispers,,, &quot; yes I will go&quot;

Good job victor yanu...

chuck this trash out with all her clowns including the bold headed vice pm and the drunken sailor foreign minister of foolishness, and start governing

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Anonymous March 4, 2010, 3:15 a.m.    

she got the boots,,

lovely to see her calmly leaving,,, u see, yanu had taught this hyperactive paranoia some important social skills, something her western backers failed to do...

yanu is only in charge a few days, and tymu is acting like a civilised human,,, for the first time,,,

now back to the kitchen and cook some borche soup

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