President of Ukraine Victor Yushchenko thanked deputies of the Verkhovna Rada of the fourth convocation for their work, but was dissatisfied with that the parliamentarians had never sworn in judges of Constitutional Court of Ukraine, as declared deputy Chief-of-Staff Anatoly Matvienko.

“The Verkhovna Rada on initiative of a number of blocs, first of all BYuT, PR, socialists and KPU, again decided to ignore the Law and Constitution and not to swear in judges of Constitutional Court. President expresses his deep disappointment and anxiety for such precedent, when any institution has a right not to follow its constitutional duties. We are on the downward path. It must be stopped. This is President’s position of principle,” said Matvienko.

According to him, politicians must account for their deeds, but not to just give promises. “Unfortunately, the VR under the direction of Volodymyr Lytvyn finished its work ingloriously,” noted Matvienko.

According to the deputy Chief-of-Staff, the President hopes that the Parliament of the fifth convocation will swear in judges in accordance with Ukrainian legislation.

“The President believes that new VR will determine the priority – to live in accordance with Constitution – and will solve the problem of Constitutional Court,” noted Matvienko.


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