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Higher Administrative Court Cancels Rada's Decision To Dismiss Judge Chala Accused Of Sentencing Euromaidan Ac

Higher Administrative Court Cancels Rada's Decision To Dismiss Judge Chala Accused Of Sentencing Euromaidan Activists

Verkhovna Rada, judge, Euromaidan, Higher Administrative Court, Alla Chala

The Higher Administrative Court has cancelled the decision of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine to dismiss judge of the Kyiv Sviatoshynskyi District Court Alla Chala, accused of sentencing activists of the Euromaidan, for breaking the oath.

Ukrainian News agency learnt this from spokesperson for the press service of the Court Halyna Hayevska.

The case was considered by a collegiate body of judges headed by Oleksandr Donets.

Chairperson of the Higher Administrative Court Oleksandr Nechytailo noted that was the first ruling of the Court on appeals from "Euromaidan" judges dismissed by the Parliament for breaking the oath on September 29, 2016.

At that in most of the cases, the Higher Administrative Court suspended consideration of that category of cases until the ruling of the Supreme Court on lawfulness of the High Council of Justice's recommendation to dismiss judges, who judged Euromaidan activists.

As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, on September 29, 2016, the Ukrainian Parliament dismissed 28 judges for violation of their oath and judge of the Higher Economic Court Viktor Tatkiv within the framework of the purge of power process (lustration).


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