The court will not listen to a Transcarpathian People's Council representative

uzhgorod.in   7 February 2014 12:01  15459738 060540
The court will not listen to a Transcarpathian People's Council representative

Member of the Transcarpathian Regional People's Council Oleksandr Marusenko wants to be a third party without independent claims in the case of the Transcarpathian prosecution against the Transcarpathian Regional Council.

The meeting was held today, February 7, in the Transcarpathian District Administrative Court. The case is considered by a panel of judges - Oleksiy Sheshenya, Mykhailo Lutsovych - chaired by Dmytro Ivanchulynets.

As you know, prosecutors seek to cancel the decision of Transcarpathian deputies dated January 28 "On establishment of the Transcarpathian Regional People's Council."

So far, prosecutors have only ensured that the decision would not be published.

Oleksandr Marusenko explained that he wanted to be a third party without independent claims on the side of the regional council because the essence of the case relates directly to his rights.

Prosecutors opposed the involvement of a third party; representative of the regional council said that he was leaving the matter to the court. In the end, the court decided to deny Mr. Marusenko because he did not provide sufficient evidence that he is the representative of the People's Council.

During the meeting, the plaintiff - prosecutor's office - upheld the demand to recognize the actions of the regional council illegal and to reverse the decision.

 

 

The next meeting in the case will be on February 21 at 10.00

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