After the Supreme Court overturned President Volodymyr Zelensky's decree on the dismissal of Oleksandr Tupytsky from the post of chairman of the Constitutional Court, the President's Office said it would appeal against the decision. The adviser to the head of the President's Office Mykhailo Podolyak stated this.
"Of course, an appeal will be filed against this decision of the Supreme Court. Of course, we do not recognize this decision of the Supreme Court in any case. Of course, the president will not allow the destruction of the judicial reform," Podolyak said.
Podolyak is confident that Zelensky acted legally and in the interests of society, canceling Yanukovych's decree on the appointment of Tupytsky.
In turn, Zelensky's press secretary Serhiy Nykyforov said that the president was unpleasantly surprised by such a court decision, and confirmed that Zelensky would appeal against this decision.
"The president has 30 days to appeal against this decision. He will certainly take advantage of this," Nykyforov said.
Earlier, the Supreme Court of Ukraine recognized the decree of President Volodymyr Zelensky, by which he canceled the appointment of Oleksandr Tupytsky as a judge of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine, illegal and unlawful.