11 November. The Court’s Agenda (Approved). The Sessions of the Grand Chamber and the Boards of Judges Held: 46 Rulings Adopted

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Thursday, 11 November, the Grand Chamber of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine at the in-camera part of the plenary session continued to examine the case upon the constitutional petition of the Parliamentary Human Rights Commissioner on conformity of the provisions of Articles 16.5 and 16.16 of the Fundamentals of the Legislation of Ukraine on Health Protection, Article 4.6 of the Law of Ukraine “On the State Financial Guarantees of the Medical Service of Population“, Article 29.4 of the Law of Ukraine “On the Protection of Population Against Infectious Diseases“, paragraph two of Section II of the Law of Ukraine “On Amending and Declaring as Such that Lost Their Effect of Some Legislative Acts of Ukraine“ to the Constitution of Ukraine. The deliberation of the case will be continued at one of the next plenary sessions.

The Grand Chamber at its session continued to examine the issue on initiating the constitutional proceedings in the case upon the constitutional petition of 50 People’s Deputies of Ukraine on conformity of the Law of Ukraine “On Inadmissibility and Persecution and Punishment of Individuals with Regard to the Events which Took Place during Peaceful Assemblies and Declaring as Such that Lost Their Effect of Some Laws of Ukraine“ to the Constitution of Ukraine. The deliberation of the case will be continued at one of the next sessions.

At its session, the Grand Chamber adopted the Ruling on elimination of the typographic error in the text of the Ruling of the Grand Chamber of 30 October 2021 No. 178-у/2021 on extending the term of adopting by the Second Board of Judges of the Second Senate of a ruling on initiating or refusing to initiate the constitutional proceedings in the case upon the submission (in execution of the ruling of the Sixth Administrative Court of Appeal dated 25 February 2021 the Constitutional Court’s Secretariat registered it as a “constitutional appeal”) of Ivan Fedorchenko on the official interpretation of Articles 64.1 and 157.1 of the Constitution of Ukraine in its connection with the provisions of clause 14 of Section І of the Law of Ukraine “On Amending the Constitution of Ukraine (regarding justice)“ of   2 June 2016  No. 1401-VIII, as well as Article 150.2 of the Constitution of Ukraine.

Furthemore, at the session of the Grand Chamber 44 rulings were adopted to extend until 14 December 2021 of the term for the boards of judges of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine to deliver rulings on initiating or refusal to initiate the constitutional proceedings in the cases upon the constitutional appeal of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine and the constitutional complaints of A.Maschenko, Joint-Stock Company „Alpha-Bank“, V.Pleskach, Private Stock Company „Kvazar“, S.Syrotenko, V.Chaikin, M.Mezhebytskyi,  R.Krymus, D.Lysytskyi, L.Volodko, P.Pryhara, O.Ananchenko, S.Syrotenko, O.Malynnykova, O.Doroshko, H.Bilobrov. V.Lebedev, A.Deryhlazov, V.Samotei, A.Maschenko, O.Pankeyev, Yu.Dobrovolskyi, N.Linenko, B.Lykhoy, M.Tsymbal, S.Klopkov,  A.Yakovenko, Partnership “Halantos“, H.Arakyelyan, V.Ivanov, I.Tymkova,  O.Tyschenko, N.Kalashnik, I.Didenko, V.Didenko, S.Rassolenko, V.Duda, Ye.Vovk, I.Zhyzniev,  V.Yeryomin, M.Rudavina, L.Titkova, Ya. Hryhorenko, T.Tereschenko.

The same day, the session of the First Board of the Second Senate was held, during which the judges considered the issue on initiating the constitutional proceedings in the case upon the constitutional complaint of Fazil Abbasov on conformity of clause 4 § 2 „Final Provisions“ of Section 4 of the Law of Ukraine “On Amending the Code of Economic Procedure, Code of Civil Procedure, Code of Administrative Procedure and other Legislative Acts“ of 3 October 2017 No. 2147–VIII to the Constitution of Ukraine. Upon the results of deliberation the Ruling (final) was adopted to refuse to initiate the constitutional proceedings in the case.

 

 

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