Ukraine’s Constitutional Court will hold hearings next Tuesday on the legality of Zelenskiy’s move to advance Rada elections by three months.
Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Ukraine’s Constitutional Court will hold hearings next Tuesday on the legality of Zelenskiy’s move to advance Rada elections by three months.

Ukraine’s Constitutional Court will hold hearings next Tuesday on the legality of Zelenskiy’s move to advance Rada elections by three months. Parties already have held congresses and selected candidate lists for the July 21 elections. The constitutional challenge was brought by a group of Rada members. The Court classified the case as ‘urgent’ — but did not give a judgment date.

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During one decade – 2006 to 2016 -- Ihor Kolomoisky and Gennady Bogolyubov, the former co-owners, of PrivatBank, laundered $470 billion – about four times the GDP of Ukraine – through PrivatBank Cyprus to the United States

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