Ex-chairman of Ukraine's Constitutional Court appointed member of British Office for Ukraine

Source : 112 Ukraine

The former official also joined the editorial board of Constitutional Editorial magazine
17:15, 27 September 2021

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Oleksandr Tupytsky, the ex-chairman of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine has been appointed the member of committee of the British Office for Ukraine. The actual appointment took place in March 2021, but the Ukrainian media only reported it just now.

One of the organization's priorities is the matter of the future of Ukrainian Constitution; this is why it founded the magazine called Constitutional Editorial where the contributors dicsuss possible ways to improve the Constitution of Ukraine.

British Office for Ukraine
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Tupytsky also joined the editorial board of Constitutional Editorial magazine. He commented on this event as follows: "As the head of Constitutional Court of Ukraine, I take the founding of this magazine as a step towards reformation and modernization of the Constitution of Ukraine within my work in the Committee for Judiciary Reform at the British Office for Ukraine" (Constitutional Editorial, April 2021, Page 3).

Tupytsky's column in British magazine
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In early 2021, when the Brexit negotiation process in the UK was over, the British Parliament hosted parliamentary hearings where the MPs decided to launch the project called "Global Britain". The lawmakers agreed to develop the first concept of cooperation with British Office for Ukraine. This organization is subordinated directly to the British Parliament within the expanded program of the UK government. It is supposed to create huge opportunities for free trade, investments and cooperation in order to create a comprehensive strategy to uphold the ideas of international supremacy of law.

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