The decision of the Parliament to Deprive Viktor Yanukovych honorary title of President of Ukraine is legally worthless, But the former leader of the country is unlikely to challenge polled Last news Ukrainian specialists.
Ukraine's Parliament on Wednesday passed a law which it is proposed to Deprive Yanukovych honorary title of President, the document must still be signed by the head Petro Poroshenko. According to the Ukrainian Constitution, the title of President is protected legislative act and retain them for life, if only the President was not otronen the performance of their duties on impeachment. Regarding Viktor Yanukovych, this procedure was not applied.
for reviews of the Ukrainian political analyst Konstantin Bondarenko, Parliament passed a symbolic act, which has no legal force and did " not binding "." Yanukovych has already de facto is no longer President. However, from a legal point of view, Parliament has violated the procedure, " said Bondarenko in the explanation of the Agency on Wednesday. According to him, Yanukovych at will could appeal against the Decision of the Parliament in court, But hardly ever do it.
A similar opinion was expressed by Director of the Center for political studies and conflictology of Ukraine Mikhail Pogrebinsky.
"To deprive of the status of the President on impeachment proceedings, as this procedure was not, it means that the Decision of the Parliament is legally void. In addition, this Solution is completely pointless with common logic ", - says who wins. In his vision, Yanukovych is unlikely to challenge adopted by the Parliament act, because it has no legal force.