10:18 15 Jul 2021

Rada supports Avakov's resignation

The Rada has supported Avakov's resignation.

Avakov's resignation was supported by 291 people's deputies.

He resigned himself.

Arsen Avakov was appointed Minister of Internal Affairs after the "Revolution of Dignity" on February 22, 2014.

The Batkivshchyna and OPZZH factions didn't vote for Avakov's resignation.

As Rubryka reported, Razumkov said he regretted Avakov's wishing to resign, but would vote for his resignation.

The Chairperson of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Law Enforcement Denys Monastyrskyi wrote a review of the dissertation of the OPZZH deputy from Illia Kyva.

The Servant of the People party said what Avakov would do after his resignation.

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