The Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers has decided to suspend the effect of a Kyiv City State Administration resolution increasing tariffs for housing and utilities services in Kyiv, and submitted a motion to President Viktor Yushchenko on the cancellation of this document.
Kyrylo Kulykov, the chairman of the Ukrainian parliament's commission investigating the violation of the constitution and Ukrainian laws by Kyiv officials, announced the decision taken by government on Friday.
He said that the first deputy head of Kyiv City State Administration, Anatoliy Holubchenko, had exceeded his powers by signing the resolution.
Kulykov also said that no public hearings had been held in the city regarding the increase in housing and utility rates.
Kyiv's Shevchenkivsky District Court decided to suspend the effect of Kyiv City State Administration decisions of April 29, 2009 doubling, on average, tariffs for cold and hot water supply, drainage system, house maintenance, and heat from June 1. The city authorities, in turn, filed an appeal against this decision.
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