The former head of the constitutional court of Ukraine Stanislav Sovcomfot: Stanislav Shevchuk / Facebook
The former head of the constitutional court of Ukraine Stanislav Shevchuk, who was sacked on Tuesday, may 14, blamed the incumbent President of the country Petro Poroshenko. About this he wrote on his page in Facebook.
Shevchuk called his resignation “unconstitutional coup”. “Judges are the main constitutional body of the state, who have sworn to the people of Ukraine themselves have committed a serious criminal offence with the overthrow of the constitutional order,” — said the former judge.
According to Shevchuk, this is the incumbent President of the country Petro Poroshenko. Ex-judge believes that the President wants to retain power after defeat at the polls and trying to keep control of the main authorities of Ukraine.
Shevchuk intends to appeal his dismissal in court.
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