President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky canceled the decree on the appointment of Oleksandr Tupytsky as a judge of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine (CCU), which was signed by the former head of state Viktor Yanukovych on May 14, 2013. This is stated on the website of the head of state.
As noted in the message, Zelensky "in order to ensure compliance with the Constitution, human and civil rights and freedoms, ensure state independence and national security, guided by the national interests of Ukraine and in accordance with the Law of Ukraine "On the National Security of Ukraine", by his decree of March 27, decided to cancel decree on the appointment of Tupytsky as a judge of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine.
In addition, Zelensky canceled the decree of the President of Ukraine dated September 17, 2013 on the appointment of Oleksandr Kasminin as a judge of the Constitutional Court.
As we reported earlier, chairman of the National Agency on Corruption Prevention of Ukraine (NAPC) Oleksandr Novikov filed to the court two protocols on administrative violation toward former chairman of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine Oleksandr Tupytsky. The NAPC reported that on Facebook.
“NAPC Head Oleksandr Novikov filed to Holosiivsky district court of Kyiv two protocols on administrative violation of Oleksandr Tupytsky who occupied the position of the chairman of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine until December 29, 2020,” the message said.