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Parliament dissolution decree challenged in court

The case was registered with the Supreme Court of Ukraine.

Parliament dissolution decree challenged in court
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The Supreme Court has received a motion challenging the decree on parliament dissolution as illegitimate and void.

The court said on its website that the motion was submitted by a private person.

The case was registered under No 9901/275/19.

In accordance with the Administrative Code, a judge has five days to determine the next procedural action.

On 20 May 20, Volodymyr Zelenskyy took the oath of the president of Ukraine and officially began to fulfil his duties. During his speech, he declared the dissolution of parliament and suggested that the government resign if it is not ready to work for the "good of generations".

Zelenskyy's decree on parliament dissolution and a snap election was published in the government press today.

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