ZIK appeals to Supreme Court challenging sanctions
On February 12, the Cassation Administrative Court within the Supreme Court received a lawsuit from the New Court Television and Radio Company (ZIK TV channel) challenging the sanctions imposed to him, as it is reported on the website of the Supreme Court.
But, on 15 February, the court decided to defer consideration of the claim from Telecommunications Company New Communications LLC in the case №9901 / 33/21 and gave the plaintiff ten days to remedy the deficiencies.
"The decision is motivated by the fact that the funds transferred by the plaintiff to pay the court fee did not reach the appropriate treasury account, and so he must provide evidence confirming the crediting of funds for the payment of court fees for filing a statement of claim," – the report said.
It is also reported that the plaintiff did not provide the court with relevant evidence that would confirm the need and feasibility of involving the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, the Security Service of Ukraine, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine to participate in the case as third parties who do not make independent claims. defendant.
As IMI reported, on February 11, the Cassation Administrative Court within the Supreme Court opened proceedings in one of the cases on the claim for sanctions against TV channels "112 Ukraina", NewsOne, ZIK.
On February 9, the Administrative Court of Cassation of the Supreme Court refused to institute proceedings over a claim requiring to declare illegal and revoke the decree of the President of Ukraine on the implementation of the decision of the National Security and Defense Council on sanctions against three TV channels.
The second lawsuit, which also challenges the presidential decree, was left without action by the Supreme Court and the plaintiff was given 10 days to remedy the deficiencies.
On February 8, the Supreme Court of Ukraine received another lawsuit from an individual against the President Volodymyr Zelensky demanding that the decree imposing a decision of the National Security and Defense Council on sanctions against 112 Ukraine, NewsOne, and ZIK be declared illegal.
On February 4, two lawsuits were filed with the Supreme Court against the decree of the President of Ukraine on the application of sanctions against MP Taras Kozak and TV channels 112 Ukraina, NewsOne and ZIK.
On February 2, President Volodymyr Zelenskyi enacted the decision of the National Security and Defense Council of February 2, 2021 “On the application of personal special economic and other restrictive measures (sanctions)”, which provides for five years of sanctions against MP Taras Kozak and legal entities licensed by 112 Ukraine, NewsOne and ZIK TV channels.