Ex-Head of Kyiv Regional Administration Yevhen Zhovtyak accused the Ex-President’s First Assistant Oleksandr Tretyakov of influence on President Yushchenko in cadre policy. Zhovtyak declared his intention to appeal to the European Court on Human Rights.
According to Zhovtyak, a subject of an action will be a violation of the Constitution of Ukraine and involuntary inactivity of the plaintiff as a high official. Ex-Governor reminded journalists that there were two decrees on his dismissal and two court decisions on restoration in his office and reversal of the decree on his dismissal.
Ex-Governor assured that if his meeting with the President took place, he would resign assuming the responsibility for failure of the Our Ukraine Party’s activity in Kyiv region.
Zhovtyak has accused Oleksandr Tretyakov of his dismissal. He also stated that Tretyakov had sought his dismissal since the very moment of Zhovtayk’s appointment a Head of the Kyiv Regional State Administration in February, 2005. Ex-Governor is convinced that the main reason of such attitude towards him is Ukrainophobic views of Tretyakov who keeps influencing President’s cadre decisions after his dismissal.
As a reminder, President Yushchenko had sacked Yevhen Zhovtyak and appointed Vera Ul’yanchenko instead. The reason of dismissal was sounded as “bad results of the region.” Zhovtyak was dismissed when he was on a sick-list, this, according to his attorneys, violated the legislation.
On July 4, Kyiv Regional Prosecutor Yuri Haisinsky informed that Vera Ul’yanchenko’s appointment was legal and since that the President’s decree on her appointment is the only valid legal document. Zhovtyak’s authorities have been terminated.
Earlier, June 16, Kyiv-Svyatoshyn Court restored Yevhen Zhovtyak dismissed by the President’s decree in Kyiv Governor’s job. The same day, the President appointed Vera Ul’yanchenko Kyiv Governor.
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