Chairman of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine Oleksandr Tupitskiy on Tuesday, October 27, met with representatives of the United States, the EU, and Japan.
That's according to the CCU's press service.
It is noted that Japan's Ambassador Takashi Kurai, Head of the European Union Delegation Matti Maasikas, and Charge d'Affaires of the United States Embassy Kristina Kvien visited the Court on October 27.
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The U.S. Embassy press service has also reported on the meeting held.
"Fruitful European Union in Ukraine-U.S. Embassy Kyiv meeting with the Chairman of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine," reads the statement posted on Facebook. "They discussed a number of issues of mutual interest, including the importance of transparency and maintaining the reforms implemented since the Revolution of Dignity in 2014."
The meetings took place against the backdrop of the Constitutional Court's judgment on the motion of 47 lawmakers to rescind Article 366-1 of the Criminal Code, which provides for criminal liability for inaccurate asset declaration by officials.