Gov't explains why Baloha's representative was not allowed

12:52, 10 September 2008
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Krupko did not see the letter

The Presidential Secretariat must inform about replacing its representative at the government’s sessions.

According to an UNIAN correspondent, Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers Petro Krupko claimed this to journalists in the Cabinet of Ministers today, commenting on the fact that Presidential Secretariat’s representative Yan Bernazyuk was not allowed to attend the government’s session.

“As far as I know, the President’s representative in the government is Oleksander Shlapak. In case if another person came instead of him, this person always brought a letter from the Presidential Secretariat with a request to replace”, P.Krupko said.

As UNIAN reported earlier, Yan Bernazyuk, chief of the service for relations between the parliament and government of Ukraine at the Presidential Secretariat, claimed that representatives of the Presidential Secretariat, including him personally, were not allowed to attend the session of government. He stressed that the Secretariat fulfilled all the necessary procedures, in particular, it sent a respective letter signed by President’s Chief of Staff Victor Baloha to the government, with request to allow Ya.Bernazyuk attending the session.

 

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