Rada does not dismiss first two judges
MPs vote for dismissal of oath-breaking judges during the events of Maidan uprising in 2013 - 2014
The Verkhovna Rada didn’t dismiss the first two judges, planned to be dismissed today for violating the oath during the events of Maidan uprising in 2014.
The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine is having a special meeting today, on September 29. The MPs are considering only one question according to the agenda – dismissal of the judges, who violated the oath during the events of Maidan uprising in 2014. The meeting is broadcasted by the 112 Ukraine TV channel.
Note that names of 33 judges are made public on the website of the Parliament to be dismissed today during today's special meeting gathered by an appeal of Petro Poroshenko.
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