Azarov out for now or out for good as prime minister?
A photo taken on Jan. 20 shows Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov leaving in front of a sign reading "Azarov" after his press conference in Kyiv. President Viktor Yanukovych on Dec. accepted the resignation of Azarov and the entire government, the presidency said. It said in a statement that Azarov had asked Yanukovych to accept his resignation as premier. The ministers will remain in their posts on a temporary basis until a new government is formed, it added. AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY
Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola
Azarov and his government resigned on Dec. 3, immediately after
approving the next year's budget, and President Viktor Yanukovych
accepted the resignation, the president's press service said in a statement.
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