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Central Election Commission withdraws Klyuev, Shariy from elections to parliament

The printing of ballots in time is under threat now
23:41, 3 July 2019

24tv.ua

The Central Election Commission made a decision to cancel the registration of ex-head of the presidential administration of Yanukovych Andriy Klyuyev and blogger Anatoliy Shariy as candidates for MP for parliamentary elections as Hromadske reported.

MP Mustafa Nayyem commented on Facebook that the letter of Interior Minister Arsen Avakov became the ground for the removal of Klyuyev and the documents from acting head of the Security Service Ivan Bakanov for removal of Shariy.

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The Central Election Commission made a decision to amend the regulation on ballots as the names of Klyuev and Shariy should be removed from them.

Nayyem said that the printing of ballots is under threat now: “In the case of the mistake or change of the list of factions and candidates, printing industrial complex Ukraina will have no time to change the ballots”.

Earlier the Central Election Commission expects new evidence for abolishing of the registration of Klyuyev and Shariy.

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On July 2, the Central Election Commission registered Andriy Klyuyev as a candidate for MPs in Donetsk region. The commission explained by the decision of the Supreme Court.

Cassation Administrative Court as part of the Supreme Court stated it considered only the evidence provided by the Central Election Commission and it was not enough to state that Klyuyev did not stay in Ukraine for the last five years.

 

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