Poroshenko awarded the order of the two deputies who voted for the dictatorial laws of January 16

The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko on the occasion of the Constitution Day were awarded state awards of the people’s Deputy Alexander Gerega and the mayor of Chernihiv Vladislav Atroshenko, who voted for the dictatorial laws on January 16.

It is reported by blogger Roman Shrike in Facebook.

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In a press-service of the President reported that the awards were given “for significant personal contribution to nation-building, socio-economic, scientific-technical, cultural-educational development of Ukraine, significant labor achievements and high professionalism”.

In particular, Gerega was awarded the order of merit of the II degree, and Atroshenko – order of merit III degree.

Earlier it was reported that the President Petro Poroshenko signed a decree on awarding state awards posthumously paramedic, a US citizen, who worked in the OSCE mission of Joseph stone and public activist, the youth team goalkeeper Kramatorsk “vanguard” Stepan Chubenko.

Videoporoshenko posthumously awarded the title Hero of Ukraine national guardsman Eugene Telnova

TSN. 19:30

27 Mar, 20:00