affectionately called by Victoria Nuland who put Yat into office, resigned along with the entire Cabinet. The parliament refused to vote the harsh conditions demanded by the IMF. I am not sure what this means. Perhaps it is just a tactic to force the parliament to do as the IMF says. Or perhaps Yat, Washington's stooge, has realized that IMF or no IMF, Ukraine's economy is imploding and wants to get out of the blame.
The point for now is that I checked the BBC, the New York Times, and CNN and there is not one word about the collapse of the government of Ukraine.
I did notice that the BBC, now a reliable element of Washington's Ministry of Propaganda, reported, as if it were true, State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf's claim that the Russian military is shelling Ukrainian forces. When Harf tried this out today on a roomful of journalists, they laughed her out of the room. Evidence, evidence! they demanded. "Why," Harf was asked, do you think something is made true by you saying it!?"
So, as usual, real news is missing from the Western press, but fake news is reported.
Professor Michael Chossudovsky has provided an account of the collapse of the Ukrainian government on Global Research. http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2014/07/24/government-ukraine-collapses/