Denys Malyuska remains as a Justice Minister in the government of newly appointed Denys Shmygal. Here is some information about him:
Biography of Denys Malyuska
Denys Malyuska was born on November 19, 1981. He studied at Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, graduating with a degree in Law. He also graduated from the University of London.
He worked as a lawyer, specializing in business regulation, dispute resolution and bankruptcy.
In 2010, Malyuska was appointed a private banking advisor to the World Bank Group. In this position, he provided technical support to the governments of Ukraine and the countries of Central Asia.
He was later elected Deputy Chairman of the Board of BRDO/ World Bank Group, an independent non-governmental think tank created by the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade and Western Partners: World Bank and the Government of Canada.
Denys Malyuska was elected MP during the previous parliamentary elections. He represents the 'Servant of the People' political party.
As we reported earlier, yesterday, on March 4, newly-appointed Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmygal and members of his government took the oath.
The PM read out the text of the oath at the Verkhovna Rada after the support of the new composition of the Cabinet of Ministers by the majority of votes as 112 Ukraine informed.