By Felicia Fonseca
Flagstaff, Arizona (AP)

The two top leaders of the Hopi Tribe say they will resign Dec. 31 in hopes of putting to rest what has been political chaos on the northern Arizona reservation.

Hopi Vice Chairman Todd Honyaoma Sr. announced earlier this month that he would resign if it would restore peace to the Hopi people. He said Dec. 23 in an interview with The Associated Press that he will make good on the promise and leave the position.