Supreme Court dismissed Semochko’s intelligence reinstatement trial
The Supreme Court dismissed the trial to remove Sergei Semochko from the post of first vice-president of the Foreign Intelligence Service.
This was reported on the court page on Facebook.
“On June 24, 2020, the Supreme Court, composed of a panel of judges of the Administrative Court of Cassation, dismissed the trial of Sergei Semochko against the President of Ukraine, the third party who does not assert independent claims concerning the “The subject of the litigation on the side of the accused is the foreign intelligence service,” said the press release.
It should be noted that the applicant requested that Presidential Decree No. 143/2019 of April 12, 2019 concerning his dismissal from the post of first vice-president of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine, as well as his reinstatement, be declared illegal.
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The full text of the decision will be issued within five days, added to the Sun.
As Ukrinform reported, the government has suspended Deputy Foreign Minister Yegor Bozhko, who is involved in one of the proceedings against the fifth President Petro Poroshenko, from his duties.
According to Bozhko, the GDB informed him twice of a suspicion of extradition during his mandate as president of the Foreign Intelligence Service of the illegal order, by which Sergei Semochko was appointed his first deputy.
On April 12, 2019, President Petro Poroshenko dismissed the first vice-president of the Foreign Intelligence Service, Sergei Semochko.
On June 10, 2020, the Prosecutor General’s Office declared that Poroshenko was suspected of having, in 2018, as President of Ukraine, “ by issuing a clearly criminal order, he persuaded … the President of Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine to exceed its official authority and powers (Part 4 of Art. 27, Part 4, Article 41, Part 4, Article 426-1 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine). “
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru