“Lytvyn is planning to resign and he will do this, unless [Ukrainian
President Viktor] Yanukovych oppresses him,” Yatseniuk said.
As reported, the Verkhovna Rada, Ukraine’s parliament, on July 3
passed the bill on the basis of state language policy, which
significantly expands the sphere of use of Russian language, by 248
The parliamentary opposition stated that the language bill was passed with many violations.