Constitutional Court of Ukraine may deprive Yanukovych of the title of president

The issue will be considered during the private part of the plenary session
12:29, 28 October 2019

Ex-president of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych
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The Grand Chamber of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine will continue considering the constitutionality of former President Viktor Yanukovych's deprival of the title of president.

This is stated in the agenda of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine on 29-31 October 2019, which is published on the court's official website.

It is emphasized that the issues will be considered during the private part of the plenary session, which takes place on Tuesday.

Related: Court of Appeal summons Yanukovych for hearing on September 30

As we reported earlier, Obolon District Court of Kyiv found ex-president of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych not guilty of complicity to Russia in the attack against Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity, as Ukrainian News reported citing the verdict announced by judge Maksym Titov.

According to the sentence, the court found Yanukovych guilty of committing crimes such as state treason, complicity, planning, preparation, unleashing and holding of aggressive war. While the accusation of the attack against the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine, which led to severe consequences, was recognized as unproven.

Related: Zelensky’s chief of staff allegedly pressured judge of Constitutional Court to issue ruling favoring Yanukovych

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