The president of Ukraine Victor Yushchenko will appeal to the Constitutional court of Ukraine with idea of recognition of the resolution of the Verkhovna Rada of resolution cancellation of December 16, 2004 about Vladimir Stelmakh's appointment as the chairman of National bank as the unconstitutional. It was declared by the deputy head of the Secretariat of president of Ukraine - the representative of the president of Ukraine concerning control of activity of Security service of Ukraine Igor Pukshin, reports a press - service of the head of state.
"The president of Ukraine will appeal to the Constitutional Court of Ukraine with idea of recognition of the specified resolution of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine unconstitutional, but not to resume Vladimir Stelmakh's power as they aren't stopped, and only to prevent similar quasipersonnel decisions of parliamentarians in the future", - Pukshin told.
The deputy head of the Secretariat noted that the chairman of NBU can be dismissed only in the order provided by the Constitution of Ukraine, that is only on granting the president of Ukraine.
Speaking about other decision of BP - the resolution on Yushchenko's responsibility in the financial sphere, Pukshin noted that it is absurd. After all assignment on the president of responsibility for a state of affairs in state economy, in the financial market, in the social sphere doesn't answer the Constitution of Ukraine as defines responsible the president of Ukraine for spheres which according to the Basic law of Ukraine are a parliament and government prerogative.
According to Pukshin, both resolutions are political demarches and don't involve any legal consequences.
We will remind, today the Verkhovna Rada I adopted the resolution" About responsibility of the president of Ukraine Yushchenko for a situation which developed in financially - the credit sphere of Ukraine".
Soon after BP I cancelled Stelmakh's appointment as the head of NBU. Also Verkhovna Rada refused to consider the resolution by which Sergey Tigipko is reinstated as the head of National Bank.