However, big issues remain, including finding a new prime minister and forming a new government as well as renewing negotiations with the European Union over an association and free trade agreement that Yanukovych shelved on Nov. 21, a decision that turned out to be his fatal political mistake.
Parliament needs to act fast.
is no time to wait as without the prime minister there will be no negotiations with
the International Monetary Fund and Russia regarding financial aid. Without
financial help Ukraine will default as it already came down to pre-default
condition,” said political analyst Taras Berezovets. “I hope that we will have a prime minister tomorrow (on Feb. 24). Tymoshenko renounced her candidacy already and
I think (Arseniy) Yatseniuk has the highest chances.”