The Higher Administrative Court of Ukraine will convene on February 19, 2010 at 11am to consider Yulia Tymoshenko’s case against the Central Election Commission.

Based on the court’s decision from February 17, 2010, the case will be heard by the full panel of judges of the Higher Administrative Court, with the exception of those judges absent for legitimate reasons.

BYuT also has registered in the Verkhovna Rada a draft resolution that would annul the parliamentary Resolution "On Amendments to the Schedule of the Sixth Session of The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine of the Sixth Convocation due to the Grand Meeting dedicated to the Oath-Taking of a Newly-Elected President of Ukraine" (25 February 2010).

Its author was Andriy Kozhemyakin, the first deputy head of the BYuT faction, had earlier stated that BYuT will insist that the draft resolution of the Verkhovna Rada be considered during tomorrow’s (February 18) session of parliament.

The draft resolution was submitted following the decision by the High Administrative Court of Ukraine suspending the Central Election Commission’s protocol on the official results of the presidential election.

"Until the court issues a ruling in this case, there can be no inauguration or oaths. This is normal practice. There’s nothing special about it," Yulia Tymoshenko’s campaign manager, Oleksandr Turchynov, said today.

As reported, today the High Administrative Court of Ukraine suspended the Central Election Commission’s decision establishing the results of the presidential election and recognizing Viktor Yanukovych as President of Ukraine until the administrative case is considered.

On February 16, parliament, with 238 votes, adopted a resolution on holding the presidential inauguration on February 25.

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