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Kyiv Court prohibited Suprun from heading Ukraine's Health Ministry

The relevant decision might be appealed against
13:45, 5 February 2019

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Kyiv District Court has prohibited Ulyana Suprun from exercising the power of Ukraine’s Health Minister, as the court’s decision says, published by Ukrainian MP Igor Mosiychuk on Facebook.

“To prohibit First Deputy of Ukraine’s Health Minister Ulyana Suprun from performing any actions within the competence of Ukraine’s Health Minister,” the court ruled.

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Suprun has been serving as acting minister since August 1, 2016. Suprun's role as acting health minister had been questioned by MP from Radical Party of Lyashko Ihor Mosiychuk. The court took into consideration Mosiychuk's concerns regarding Suprun's dual citizenship - she has both Ukrainian and American passports. During the conflict at Kyiv Heart Center of world-famous cardiac surgeon Borys Todurov, Suprun tried to intimidate the workers and the management of the medical institution with the help of the far-right C14 organization, included in the American terrorist base.

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