Dmytro Yarosh has resigned as leader of the Right Sector being aware that some members of the movement demanded a sharp radicalization.
MP of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Olha Chervakova initiated signatures collection to support draft bill "On addressing MP Teteruk to voluntarily vacate his seat."
Hennadii Moskal intends to resign from the post of head of the Zakarpattia regional state administration.
Ukraine's Minister of Education and Science Serhii Kvit denies information suggesting that Prime Minister Arsenii Yatseniuk intends to initiate his dismissal.
Petro Poroshenko Bloc faction Deputy Head Ihor Kononenko said that his faction has not yet discussed the staff turnover in the Cabinet of Ministers announced by Prime Minister Yatseniuk.
People's deputies started signatures collection in support of Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin's resignation from his post.
First Vice-Speaker Andrii Parubii expects that the issue of the resignation of Health Minister Alexander Kvitashvili, whom the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine has failed to dismiss in the morning, will be raised again at the evening session.
This week, the Parliament will consider resignation of Verkhovna Rada Chief of Staff Valentyn Zaichuk, as well as Health Minister Aleksandr Kvitashvili, and Deputy Prime Minister Valeriy Voshchevskyi.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras announces his resignation and paves way for general election, with 20 September predicted as most likely date for a poll
Activists from various organizations, including Avtomaidan and Center for Corruption Fight, as well as protesters from Kharkiv and Poltava gathered near the Prosecutor General's Office building to demand resignation of 'reforms saboteur' Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin and his deputies Huzyr and Stoliarchuk.
Activists of the Anticorruption Action Center published the list of MPs who refused to support the resignation of Prosecutor General of Ukraine Viktor Shokin.
Head of Poroshenko Bloc faction Yurii Lutsenko believes that if the Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin does not submit the criminal case of fugitive ex-president Viktor Yanukovych to the court in September he will have to resign.
After the arrest of two senior officials of the Prosecutor's Office, valuables are being evacuated from the building of the authority. Meanwhile, MPs started collecting signatures for Shokin's resignation in the Verkhovna Rada.