The Verkhovna Rada has deprived the mandates of five pro-Russian deputies – Viktor Medvedchuk, Andriy Derkach, Taras Kozak, Renat Kuzmin and Andriy Aksyonov, whom Vladimir Zelensky had deprived of citizenship a few days earlier, writes Apostrophe.
About it informed People’s Deputy Oleksiy Goncharenko in the Telegram channel.
“This is very good! And I’m glad that they were finally expelled from the Rada! But! Here sits Shufrich and a company that pretends that they are European integrators and statesmen. Down with everyone – after Medvedchuk and the Russian warship,” he wrote.
To deprive the politicians of their mandate, the deputies voted for:
- Viktor Medvedchuk – 320;
- Renata Kuzmina – 319;
- Taras Kozak – 317;
- Andriy Derkach – 314;
- At his own request, Andrei Aksenov – 294.
It is noted that the deputies were deprived of mandates after three votes and blocking the rostrum.
So the deputies of the Opposition Platform for Life were deprived of their mandates
Recall that the Federal Court for the Eastern District of New York in Brooklyn published an indictment against the former People’s Deputy of Ukraine Andriy Derkach, accused of a number of financial crimes. If found guilty, he faces a maximum sentence of up to 30 years in prison.