The Holosiivskyi District Court of Kyiv closed the case on a possible conflict of interest and non-declaration of property by the ex-chairman of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine Oleksandr Tupytsky, this was discussed at a court hearing.
The Holosiivskyi District Court considered the administrative report against Tupytsky and ruled that there was no offense in his actions.
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 mentioned protocols concern the signs of the conflict of interests during the adoption of the decision of the Constitutional Court on the unconstitutionality of e-declaration and toward intentional non-provision of Tupytsky's parcel situated in Crimea.
The responsibility for these violations is provided by Part 4 of Art. 172-6 On violation of the demand of the financial control and Part 2 of Art. 172-7 On violation of the demands on prevention and settlement of the conflict of interests of the Code of Ukraine on Administrative Offenses.
On December 29, Volodymyr Zelensky signed the decree that suspends Oleksandr Tupytsky from the office for two months.
On January 19, the State Investigation Bureau served charges to Oleksandr Tupytsky. He is incriminated in the commitment of the crimes against justice (intentional misinterpretation united with the artificial creation of evidence for the defense, witness tampering for refusal to testify).