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UHHRU representatives participated in the meeting of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine

The Union presented the legal opinion, whether provisions of the Code of Administrative Court Procedure comply with the Constitution of Ukraine. According to the Code, a court ruling in cases about restrictions on the right to peaceful assembly is performed immediately.

On April 6, 2017, the Constitutional Court of Ukraine began to consider the case in response to the constitutional proposal of the Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights on complying of provisions of part 6 of Article 182 of the Code of Administrative Court Procedure of Ukraine with the Constitution of Ukraine.

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Representatives of the Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union Arkadiy Bushchenko, Mykhailo Tarakhkalo, and Vitaliia Lebid were involved to participate in the proceedings’ consideration by the Constitutional Court of Ukraine.

Arkadiy Bushchenko (UHHRU)
Arkadiy Bushchenko (UHHRU)

Arkadiy Bushchenko, Executive Director of UHHRU, presented a legal opinion on complying of provisions of the Code of Administrative Court Procedure with the Constitution of Ukraine at the meeting of the Constitutional Court. According to the Code, a court ruling in cases about restrictions on the right to peaceful assembly is performed immediately. Its content can be found here.

Ombudsman Valeriya Lutkovska
Ombudsman Valeriya Lutkovska

Currently, the Constitutional Court of Ukraine has completed the investigation of the case and started the closed part of the plenary session for discussion and decision.

 

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