The ruling coalition in Ukraine’s parliament collapsed on 17 May just days before incoming President Volodymyr Zelensky’s inauguration on 20 May.
The move is seen as a maneuver by lawmakers to postpone or even avoid a dissolution of parliament, which Zelensky vowed to disband following his landslide victory in April which saw the entertainer-turned-politician defeat the incumbent president, Petro Poroshenko, by nearly 50 percentage points.
Under the constitution, parliament now has 30 days to ...

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