Volodymyr Vyatrovych, the former head of the Institute of National Memory of Ukraine is now the official member of the Ukrainian parliament. On November 14, the Central Election Committee (CEC) of Ukraine recognized him as the elected parliamentarian. He joins the list of European Solidarity party. The press office of the CEC reported that on Thursday evening.
Vyatrovych received the opportunity to become the MP after Iryna Lutsenko was relieved from her office due to health conditions, and Natalya Boiko became the advisor of Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk. He, thus, took the vacant seat.
Previously, the ex-head of the Institute of National Memory of Ukraine said he would concentrate on stopping the "Russian world".