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Oleksandr Sych

Oleksandr Maksymovych Sych (born July 16, 1964 Dert, Rivne oblast) is a Ukrainian politician. He is a member of the Svoboda party. On 27 February 2014 he became one of two "Vice Prime Ministers" to the Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine[1] following the 2014 Ukrainian Revolution. On 12 November 2014 Sych and his fellow two Svoboda ministers in the Yatsenyuk Government resigned (they became acting ministers till a new Government was formed).[2]

History

In 1986 Sych graduated from the Vasyl Stefanyk Subcarpathian National University as a history teacher and in 1999 as a lawyer. Sych is a candidate of historic sciences (2009) and a docent of the Ivano-Frankivsk National Technical University of Oil and Gas.[3]

He was elected to the 7th Ukrainian Verkhovna Rada during the 2012 parliamentary election as a member of the VO Svoboda party.[4]

Sych is a member of the National Scout Organization of Ukraine "Plast".[5]

Political views

Sych holds right-wing, [7]

References

  1. ^
  2. ^ Svoboda party members in Ukrainian government resign – Deputy Premier Sych, Interfax-Ukraine (12 November 2014)
  3. ^ Професорсько-викладацький склад (Ukrainian)
  4. ^ Profile (Ukrainian)
  5. ^ Oleksandr Sych addressing Plast Organization with the honour of 102 years.
  6. ^ Oleksandr Sych: The dictatorship-type fascism is the dominant way of governance of the current criminal regime Retrieved on March 8, 2014
  7. ^ Who exactly is governing Ukraine? The Guardian, Retrieved on March 9, 2014

External links

  • Personal website


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