Ukraine Faces Crucial Test As Resignations Dent Anti-Corruption Drive

February 15, 2016 03:00 PM
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Ukraine's political crisis deepened Monday with the resignation of the deputy prosecutor general — who accused his boss of running a dead institution with no independence. Two years after the Maidan protests that ousted a president accused of corruption, the fight against corruption has taken center stage with a key debate on the government's future set for Tuesday. Henry Ridgwell reports.