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112 Ukraina demanded judges to recognize defect of authority of three members of National council

10.09.2019, 16:11

The broadcasters, operating under the logo 112 Ukraina, seized the District Administrative Court in Kyiv to acknowledge defect of authority of Olga Gerasimyuk, Oleksandr Ilyashenko and Oleg Chernysh as members of the National Council of Television and Radio Broadcasting. The relevant claims were filed to the court, according to the website of the District Administrative Court of Kyiv.

The plaintiffs requested the court to declare illegitimate attendance of the members of the National Council of Television and Radio Broadcasting Olga Gerasimyuk, Oleksandr Ilyashenko and Oleg Chernysh. at the meeting of the National Council on August 1 and, thus, their vote on decisions on the agenda, including the appointment of unscheduled inspection.

In addition, the court is asked to establish the defect of authority of the members of the National Council of Television and Radio Broadcasting since July 4, 2019, as the plaintiffs found that the five-year term of their tenure has expired.

At present, the court is to decide whether the administrative proceedings will be started or not.

IMI reported, on August 1, the National Council of Television and Radio Broadcasting decided to start an unscheduled inspections to five digital regional companies broadcasting under the "112 Ukraine" logo.

In particular, the inspection was assigned to LLC “New TV format”, LLC “Ariadna TV”, LLC “Partner TV”, LLC “TV Vybir” and LLC “Leader TV” due to the change of its format of entertaining-and-news broadcasting including film screening for news format and due to change licensees' logos.

The National Council of Television and Radio Broadcasting has notified about unscheduled on-site inspection on 22-23 August of five digital regional companies broadcasting under the 112 Ukraine logo. 

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