During his oath, shouts of "Disgrace" were heard in the hall.
In addition, the audience demands evidence that Aksyonov does not have Russian citizenship.
As we reported earlier, on March 28, 2021, by-elections to the Verkhovna Rada were held in single-mandate constituencies No. 50 in Donetsk region and No. 87 in Ivano-Frankivsk region, in which 32 candidates took part.
According to the results of electronic processing of 100% of the protocols, representative of the political party Order Andriy Aksyonov won in the 50th constituency, gaining 65.46% of the votes.
In 2017, an investigation was conducted into how Aksyonov received a Russian passport. MP Dmytro Lubinets provided documentary evidence of how in the summer of 2014 Andriy Aksyonov left for the annexed Crimea, where he applied to the occupation administration for Russian citizenship.
Aksyonov was accused of supporting a so-called referendum on secession from Ukraine. On the territory of Novodonetske village, not far from the building of the village council, in May 2014 there was a tent for collecting signatures. In response to the accusations, Aksyonov only said that it was the SBU's authority to obstruct the referendum.