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29 July 2014 01:29

Our Ukraine's congress adopts amendments in party's statute

KYIV, December 27 /UKRINFORM/. The second stage of the sixth congress of the People's Union Our Ukraine adopted amendments in the party's statute.

According to the amendments, the party will have two managing positions. From now on there will be a position of chairman of the party - political leader of the party who will fulfill one's authorities as an honorary duty and will not be included in the party's statutory authorities. The chairman of the party - political leader gets a right of vote during the work of the central managing authorities of the People's Union Our Ukraine.

Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko will have this post.

The position of the head of the party's council have been resumed. The head will be elected by the party's council but not by its congress and chair Our Ukraine.

As UKRINFORM earlier reported, on November 29, at the first stage of the congress Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko was elected chairman of the People's Union Our Ukraine party. President's spokeswoman Iryna Vannikova noted that this decision of the congress demonstrates Viktor Yushchenko's recognition as a political leader of the party. According to her, in this connection amendments will be introduced in the party's statute at the second stage of the congress. Earlier Viktor Yushchenko was the honorable head of the party.

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