Poroshenko hinted "governors" that they can not sit on two chairs

17 June 2014 10:55  7172035 072898
Poroshenko hinted "governors" that they can not sit on two chairs

President Poroshenko asked deputies, who continue exercising the powers in the Parliament while working in other authorities, to decide where they want to work.

This was discussed on Monday, at the meeting of the President with the leaders of parliamentary factions - the Ukrainska Pravda reported. 

The press service of Poroshenko informed that currently the following officials have parliamentary powers: the First Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration Hennadiy Zubko, the Acting Deputy Head of Presidential Administration Andriy Senchenko, heads of regional state administrations Transcarpathian - Valeriy Lunchenko, Kherson - Yuriy Odarchenko, Odessa - Igor Palytsya, Lviv - Irina Sekh, Sumy - Volodymyr Shulga, as well as the first deputy mayor of Yalta Serhiy Brajko and CEO of the "Oshchadbank" JSC Andriy Pyshny.

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