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BYuT-Batkivschyna parliament faction expels 28 members

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Sept. 21, 2010, 12:32 p.m. | Politics — by Interfax-Ukraine
The Ukrainian parliament has officially announced the expulsion of 28 MPs from the faction of the BYuT-Batkivschyna faction. Verkhovna Rada Chairman Volodymyr Lytvyn made a relevant announcement at a morning meeting of the Verkhovna Rada on Tuesday.

In particular, Vitaliy Barvinenko, Oleksandr Budzherak, Andriy Verevsky, Ihor Vorotniuk, Valeriy Hatsko, Oleh Heiman, Hennadiy Zadyrko, Valentyn Zubov, Volodymyr Ivanenko, Valeriy Kamchatny, Volodymyr Kapliyenko, Yevhen Konstantynov, Yuriy Kruk, Petro Kuzmenko, Vitaliy Kurylo, Oleh Malich, Sviatoslav Oliynyk, Hryhoriy Omelchenko, Volodymyr Pylypenko, Valeriy Pysarenko, Yuriy Poluneyev, Ihor Savchenko, Ivan Sidelnyk, Raisa Sorochynska-Kyrylenko, Mykola Traiduk, Oleksandr Feldman, Oleh Cherpitsky and Oleksandr Shepelev were expelled from the BYT-Batkivschyna faction.

As reported, the BYuT-Batkivschyna faction in Ukraine's parliament on Monday decided to expel all its members who had joined the majority coalition.
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