Prime Minister Yatsenyuk is assaulted in the Ukrainian parliament
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Ukraine's parliament faces vote of no confidence

The parliament of Ukraine is going to vote on the cabinet's performance amid a deepening political crisis.

Prime Minister Yatsenyuk's popularity has been rapidly declining and many people blame the current government for its slow pace of reforms, the struggling economy and corruption.

The BBC's Kiev correspondent Tom Burridge explains why Tuesday's vote in parliament is crucial for Ukraine.

  • 16 Feb 2016
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