"The current law on parliamentary election does not provide for a mechanism for the CEC to check information about MP candidates. Place of residence de facto and de jure - is not exactly the same. In this regard, I advise you to read the decision of the European Court of Human Rights in the Melnychenko case of 2004," Mahera said.
Regarding personnel changes in the CEC during the parliamentary elections, Mahera said that it depends only on the two government bodies.
"The probability that the CEC staff changes during the election process depends on only two authorities - the President and the Verkhovna Rada.
Mahera also commented on the appeal against the decision of the Higher Administrative Court of Ukraine in the case of Satsyik.
"According to the Administrative Litigation Process Code of Ukraine (the Article 177), the decision of the Higher Administrative Court of Ukraine is final and is not subject to appeal, a cassation one including. I appealed the sentence of the first instance, and all three solutions of the Court were not in my favor. Incidentally, the same board of three judges presided over all three hearings," the official said.
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