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16 October 2020, 09:00

Lukashenko appoints new judge to Supreme Court

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MINSK, 16 October (BelTA) – On 15 October Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko signed decree No. 364 “On the appointment and dismissal of judges”, BelTA learned from the press service of the Belarusian leader.

The head of state appointed Igor Lyubovitsky a judge of the Supreme Court, relieving him of his post as a judge of the Minsk City Court. In addition to that, Andrei Likhach was appointed Deputy Chairman of the Grodno Oblast Court, Svetlana Gonchar was appointed Deputy Chair of the Minsk Oblast Court, Sergei Nikolayev was appointed First Deputy Chairman of the Minsk City Court, and Olga Romashevskaya was appointed Deputy Chairman of the Minsk City Court.

Ruslan Aniskevich was relieved of his post of a judge of the Supreme Court. Vitaly Kulesh and Aleksei Levkovich were relieved of their post of Deputy Chairmen of the Grodno Oblast Court and the Minsk Oblast Court, respectively.

The decree also appointed and dismissed a number of judges and heads of various courts in the regions of Belarus.

The president also signed decree No. 365 “On the assignment of qualification classes to judges”.

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