16:53 Apr. 11, 2016
President Poroshenko expects the new coalition to be created on April 12
On April 10, Ukraine's Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk said he would resign and make a formal submission to Ukraine's parliament on Tuesday, April 12.
The Prime Minister announced his decision via several tweets and a video message.
Yatsenyuk's potential successors are already known to the public.
Read PM Yatsenyuk's resignation speech with English transcript here
Bloc of Petro Poroshenko, the biggest fraction in Verkhovna Rada [Ukrainian Parliament] has offered the head of the Parliament Volodymyr Hroysman as the new Prime Minister.
Current Finance Minister Natalie Jaresko is also seen as a potential replacement for Yatsenyuk.