President Yanukovych appoints 12 supernumerary advisors to president

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March 12, 2010, 1:41 p.m. | Politics — by Ukrainian News
President Viktor Yanukovych appointed 12 supernumerary advisors to the president, read decrees Nos 333/2010 through 344/2010 dated March 11. Supernumerary advisors to the president now are: members of parliament from the Party of Regions faction Anatolii Kinakh, Mykhailo Papiev, Mykhailo Chechetov, Oleksandr Kuzmuk, Volodymyr Rybak, Leonid Kozhara, Serhii Tulub, Mykola Jyha, Yurii Samoilenko, Mykola Demianko, Volodymyr Demidko.

Viacheslav Oleschenko was appointed as another not on the staff advisor.

As Ukrainian News earlier reported, Yanukovych on March 11 dismissed 13 advisors to the president.
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