Yuliya T considers that Ukraine is currently undergoing a full-blown political crisis. Evidence of this is the inability of its leaders to agree a state budget for 2007, and the risk that an accord on it will not be reached. She says that there is "complete chaos" within the power structures, and that the Ministry of Internal Affairs is at war with the Presidential Secretariat - Ministerial deputies cannot be appointed by normal legitimate means.
The SBU [security service] does not have "a legitimate head, and it is not known when one will appear".
The Ministry of Defence "is constantly in a fevered state" because the position of its Minister is uncertain.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs [who is currently on duty with the President in South Korea] is barred from attending cabinet meetings, and there are plans to lead him out by the hand from the Foreign Ministry premises.
The President says there is enough evidence to 'snap the 'cuffs' on the 'perps' who poisoned him - while the Prosecutor General says the case is unsolved, and the poisoners are not known.
"The country has never lived in such a state of chaos and destabilization," she said. She has a point.
ByuT will initiate a closed meeting of the VR fraction leaders. "Today at the VR conciliation council Oleksandr Moroz agreed that it is essential to conduct such a meeting."
Maybe time for the oligarchic sponsors of the Ukrainian political parties to knock some heads together*..
*to tell people who are arguing that they must stop, and behave more sensibly