This will make the geopolitical situation even more complicated. The UDAR and Svoboda parties both left, which means:
“Under the constitution, the former Soviet republic has 30 days to form a new coalition or it must call early elections. The existing cabinet will remain in place in the meantime.
Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk’s government, took over the country in February after pro-European street protests prompted Kremlin-backed President Viktor Yanukovych to flee to Russia. Yanukovych’s successor, billionaire Petro Poroshenko, had pledged to call parliamentary elections this year.”
Look for the EU and US to begin backing a new billionaire who can make a personal profit off the West controlling the natural resources of the land mass of Ukraine.