Justice Minister Oleksandr Lavrynovych has signed an order on the registration of a new political party - the Internet Party of Ukraine.
The Justice Ministry's press service reported on Tuesday that the party had been registered on the basis of a decision taken at its constituent congress on October 1, 2007 on the drafting and approval of the party's regulations and program, as well as decisions taken at its constituent congress on December 30, 2009 on amending the party's regulations.
Dmytro Holubov, born in 1983, who lives in Odesa, was elected the chairman of the party, the ministry said.
The Internet Party of Ukraine has become the 174th party registered in Ukraine.
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