Constitutional Court refutes abolition of law on Ukrainian language

Source : 112 Ukraine

Such information was spread in the media
22:40, 2 November 2020


The Constitutional Court of Ukraine (CCU) denies information spread in the media regarding the abolition of the law on the Ukrainian language on November 3. This was reported by the press service of the CCU on Facebook.

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"The Constitutional Court of Ukraine refutes the blatant lie posted on the Channel 24 website. It says that the Constitutional Court canceled the law on the Ukrainian language on November 3. The journalists of the edition were in such a hurry to report this sensational news that they did not pay attention to the fact that today it is only November 2 and there is no consideration of this case on the agenda of the Constitutional Court,"  the message informs.

The court also reported that spreading this news, the publication refers to the official website of the Constitutional Court, which for unknown reasons stopped working.

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As we reported earlier, the Constitutional Court plans to consider the idea of the interpretation of land as the main national wealth.

"The issue is not about the cancelation of something; the issue of the interpretation of the norms of the Constitution," judge of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine Ihor Slidenko said.

According to him, the interpretation of ‘land’ definition as an object of property rights is not the key in this submission.

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