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Future politicians in Ukraine to be examined by psychiatrists, narcologists

Source : 112 Ukraine

The authors of the project are MPs from Servant of the People and For the Future parties
18:30, 4 November 2021

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The Verkhovna Rada registered the bill № 6262 on the introduction of mandatory preliminary psychiatric and narcological examination of public figures. The authors of the project are MPs from Servant of the People and For the Future parties.

The document defines the list of professions that are required to undergo a mandatory preliminary psychiatric and narcological examination until the registration of candidates for the relevant elected position and until the appointment to the relevant position.

The procedure for conducting the obligatory preliminary psychiatric and narcological examination of the subjects covered by this Law shall be approved by the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine.

And the procedure for posting data on the results of the mandatory preliminary psychiatric and narcological examination of the relevant public figures shall be approved within the competence of the Central Election Commission and the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine.

According to the document, compulsory preliminary psychiatric and narcological examination must be performed by persons registered as candidates for the following positions:

  • president of Ukraine;
  • member of parliament of Ukraine;
  • deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea;
  • deputy of village, settlement, city council;
  • village, settlement, city mayor;
  • deputy of the district council;
  • deputy of the regional council;
  • deputy of the district council in the city (in the cities where district councils are formed);

As well as persons nominated for appointment to the following positions:

  • prime minister of Ukraine;
  • member of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine;
  • state secretary of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine and his deputy;
  • first deputy or deputy minister;
  • state secretary of a ministry;
  • head and deputy heads of the central executive body;
  • chairman and member of the National Council of Ukraine on Television and Radio Broadcasting;
  • chairman and member of the National Commission for State Regulation of Financial Services Markets;
  • chairman and member of the National Commission for State Energy and Public Utilities Regulation;
  • chairman and member of the National Commission on Securities and Stock Market;
  • chairman and member of the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine;
  • commissioner for complaints of violations of public procurement legislation;
  • chairman of the State Committee for Television and Radio Broadcasting of Ukraine and his deputy;
  • chairman of the State Property Fund of Ukraine, his first deputy and deputy;
  • chairman and member of the Central Election Commission;
  • chairman and members of the Accounting Chamber;
  • chairman and member of other state collegial bodies;
  • member, inspector of the High Council of Justice;
  • member, inspector of the High Qualification Commission of Judges of Ukraine;
  • Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights;
  • chief of staff of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine and his deputy;
  • commissioner for the protection of the state language;
  • member of the National Commission on State Language Standards;
  • director of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine, his first deputy and deputy;
  • head of the National Agency for the Prevention of Corruption and his deputy;
  • prosecutor general, his first deputy and deputy;
  • head of the prosecutor's office;
  • chairman of the National Bank of Ukraine, his first deputy and deputy chairman;
  • member of the Board of the National Bank of Ukraine;
  • secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, his first deputy and deputy;
  • head of the Office of the President of Ukraine, his first deputy and deputy;
  • head of the permanent subsidiary body formed by the President of Ukraine and his deputy;
  • permanent representative of the president of Ukraine to the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, his first deputy and deputy;
  • adviser or assistant to the President of Ukraine, prime minister of Ukraine;
  • head of the local state administration, his first deputy and deputy;
  • judge of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine;
  • head of the court;
  • head, deputy head of a state body whose jurisdiction extends to the entire territory of Ukraine, its staff and an independent structural unit;
  • head, deputy head of a state body, authority of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, whose jurisdiction extends to the territory of one or more regions, the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, the cities of Kyiv or Sevastopol;
  • head of a state body, authority of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, whose jurisdiction extends to the territory of one or more districts, a city of republican in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea or regional significance, a district in a city, a city of district significance;
  • military official of the highest officer staff;
  • head of a state, communal enterprise, business association (in which the state or communal share exceeds 50 percent);
  • head of an enterprise, institution, organization under the management of a ministry or other central executive body;
  • person who is a member of the supervisory board of a state bank, state enterprise, state organization for the purpose of making a profit, a business company in the authorized capital of which more than 50 percent of shares (stakes) belong to the state;
  • head of an educational institution established by a state body and a local self-government body.

As it was reported earlier, parliamenterian from European solidarity party Iryna Herashchenko declared from a rostrum that the parliamentarian from Servant of the People party Serhiy Shvets is in parliament in a state of intoxication.

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