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I will not swear in new president in case of election fraud, - Head of Ukraine’s Constitutional Court

According to the Constitution of Ukraine, the Head of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine has to swear in the newly elected president provided there are no obstacles
20:43, 25 March 2019

 

Stanislav Shevchuk, the Head of Constitutional Court of Ukraine
Constitutional Court of Ukraine

Stanislav Shevchuk, the Head of Constitutional Court of Ukraine, declared about the intention to refuse from taking an oath to the newly elected president in case of vote falsification. Stanislav Shevchuk said in the interview with Strana.ua 

"According to article 104 of the Constitutions of Ukraine, the Head of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine has to swear in the newly elected president provided there are no obstacles. But I would like to outline that I will never swear in a president if the elections are falsified," Shevchuk stated.

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As we reported earlier, 6,000 police officers, the military of the National Guard and workers of Ukraine’s State Border Guard Service will maintain order during the presidential elections in the country on March 31.

The Central Election Commission (CEC) of Ukraine has created 199 district election commissions for the upcoming presidential election on March 31.

The election campaign has officially started on December 31, 2018. Registration of the candidates was closed on February 4, 2019, and on February 9, the final list of presidential candidates is expected to appear. The candidates would be able to withdraw their candidacy until March 7, 2019.

Related: CEC refuses ODIR OSCE to register 24 Russian as official observers of presidential elections in Ukraine

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