About 150 supporters of the nationalist party "Freedom" and "people's movement of Ukraine" held near the building of the constitutional court (CC) Rally against the consideration of the constitutionality of certain provisions of the law on lustration, reports journalist Last news .
in early March, the Supreme court of Ukraine sent to the CC view, which was asked to declare unconstitutional the provisions of the law "about the cleansing power" (lustration), mandating automatic dismissal of bureaucrats on the grounds that they were appointed during the rule of former President Viktor Yanukovych. On Thursday, the COP began to consider the constitutionality of certain provisions of the law on lustration.
Activists of the event believe that the consideration of this legislation, the COP may provide an opportunity to the officials who worked under Yanukovych to return to power. Near the gate of the constitutional court of demonstrators placed a banner reading " ATO guys struggling with separa (separatists), and the constitutional court wishes to return separ to power ". The protesters do not miss the courtyard of the COP, on the perimeter of the building are Authorized police organization. Rally take place peacefully, without incident.
in mid-September last year, the Ukrainian Parliament with the 3rd attempt the blessed law on lustration. As said at the time the attorney General Vitaly Yarema, the law contradicts the Constitution and the requirements of international law. Anyway, October 9, the Ukrainian head Petro Poroshenko has signed the law, but did not rule out entering into it of changes in the case of comments from the Venice Commission and the constitutional court.
Lustration of power was one of the requirements of participants of mass protest actions held on the Maidan since the end of November 2013 to March 2014, which led to the coup d'etat in Ukraine. As part of the beginning in the country after the adoption of the legislation of the so-called lustration process has already dismissed most of the officials who worked under the presidency of Yanukovych.