Court forbade Moroz to sign and publish law on Cabinet of Ministers

17:53, 22 January 2007
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Having examined the suit, the court ruled to forbid the parliament speaker to sign the law on the Cabinet of Ministers, and also forbade the Verkhovna Rada and any other natural persons or legal entities to submit for publishing the law on the Cabinet, adopted on 12 January.

The Mukachevski city district court forbade Verkhovna Rada chairman Oleksander Moroz to sign the law “On the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine”, which was adopted on 12 January.

This is said in the court ruling, forwarded to UNIAN.

In particular, on 22 January the Mukachevskiy city district court of the Zakarpattia Oblast examined the suit of Our Ukraine representative Ihor Kril vs the Verkhovna Rada, about declaring illegal the eventual actions of the VR chairman should he sign the law on the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine.

Having examined the suit, the court decided to forbid the parliament speaker to sign the law on the Cabinet of Ministers, and also forbade the Verkhovna Rada and any other natural persons or legal entities to submit for publishing the law on the Cabinet, adopted on 12 January.

The court also forbade “Holos Ukrayiny”, “Uriadovy Kurier”, other official press, natural persons and legal entities, to publish the law on the Cabinet.

The court ruling may be appealed against during five days after it is declared in the Appeal Court of the Zakarpattia Oblast.

As UNIAN reported earlier, on 19 January President of Ukraine Victor Yushchenko repeatedly vetoed the law on the Cabinet of Minister of Ukraine, adopted by the VR on 12 January.

On 20 January speaker Oleksander Moroz claimed: “The veto of the President is far-fetched, and those, who prepared it, first of all, exposed and compromised the President”. He stressed that should the President not sign the law within the definite period, he, being the VR Chairman, will sign it himself.

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