The Verkhovna Rada (Parliament) of Ukraine on may 16 ahead of schedule stopped powers of the Deputy Andrey Artemenko who developed and transferred the administration of new US President Donald trump’s plan for the removal of sanctions from Russia and carrying out in Ukraine a referendum on the surrender of the Crimea to the Russian Federation. This decision was made in connection with deprivation Artemenko Ukrainian citizenship, reported on the website of the VR.

Yesterday the public Prosecutor of the country Yury Lutsenko showed the MPs a copy of a canadian passport Artemenko and procedural Committee of Parliament has supported the initiative on early deprivation of the Deputy mandate, the TV channel “112 Ukraine”.

He Artemenko said that it is now generally deprived of the opportunity to come to Ukraine in connection with the cancellation of their passports, the report says.

The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko in late April signed a decree on the termination of Ukrainian citizenship Andrey Artemenko. He appealed this decision to the Supreme administrative court.

Artemenko in 2005 voluntarily acquired citizenship of Canada, and government officials in Ukraine, according to the current Constitution, can only have one nationality – Ukrainian. He claims that his canadian passport was cancelled in 2014.

Trouble in Artemenko began after February it became known that he had written to the administration trump’s plan for lifting the sanctions against Russia, assuming the holding in Ukraine the referendum on the surrender of the Crimea to the Russian Federation in 50 or 100 years and the withdrawal of Russian forces from Donbass, who must return to the Ukraine. The MP argued that the development of this plan was attended by several dozen of MPs from different factions. The Kremlin said that nothing do not know about this plan.

Ukrainian Deputy, who proposed to surrender the Crimea is leased by Russia, after the citizenship was deprived of the mandate 16.05.2017

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