Volodymyr Moisyk

Volodymyr Moisyk

Judge of the Constitutional Court

According to the information on the Constitutional Court website:

Moisyk Volodymyr was born on August 18, 1957 in Stetseva village, Sniatyn district, Ivano-Frankivsk region.

In 1974, he worked in the Kolomyia Construction Department as a concrete worker.

In 1983, he graduated from the Faculty of Law of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. After graduation, he was elected people's judge to a district court of Kyiv.

From 1990 to 1995, he worked as a judge and was a member of the Presidium as Deputy Chairman of the Kyiv City Court.

In 1995-2002, Volodymyr Moisyk worked as a judge of the Supreme Court of Ukraine.

He was elected people's deputy of the 4th convocation from May 14, 2002 to May 25, 2006 in constituency № 87, in the single-mandate Kolomyia-Sniatyn constituency, Ivano-Frankivsk region.

In 2002-2006, he became the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Legislative Support of Law Enforcement.

In April 2005, Volodymyr Moisyk became Deputy Chairman, and in June 2009 — Chairman of the Pardons Commission (President — Viktor Yushchenko).

From May 25, 2006 to June 8, 2007 Moisyk Volodymyr was a People's Deputy of the 5th convocation from Our Ukraine (Ukrainian: Наша Україна) party.

From September 2006 to June 2007, he was the Chairman of the Temporary Investigation Commission of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine to investigate the circumstances and causes of the death of journalist H. Gongadze and to find out the reasons for the delay in the criminal investigation.

2006-2012 — chair of the subcommittee on criminal and criminal procedure legislation (Committee on Legislative Support of Law-Enforcement)

November 23, 2007 — December 12, 2012  — Moisyk Volodymyr was a people's deputy of Ukraine of the 6th convocation from the psrty bloc «Our Ukraine — People's Self-Defense» (Ukr. «Наша Україна — Народна Самооборона»)

2008 — 2010 — extraordinary adviser to the President of Ukraine, Viktor Yushchenko.

2008 — 2010 — a member of the National Constitutional Council.

In January 2016, he was appointed a judge of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine by the President of Ukraine. On January 27, 2016, he took the oath.

Moisyk Volodymyr is an honored lawyer of Ukraine, as well as a judge of the highest qualification class.

He is a candidate of law (PhD on "Criminal liability issues considering fraud with the financial resources") (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, 2003).

He is an author of about 30 scientific papers, including a monograph «Criminal liability for fraud with financial resources in Ukraine.«

He was awarded the Diploma of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, the Order of Merit of II and III degrees.

 

Wife — Moisyk Valentina, 1960.

Son — Moisyk Roman, 1982.

According to the declaration:

Property: The judge's car is a 2010 Lexus Lx 570, which was purchased in December 2010, but the car was registered only in March 2015. According to the publication on the Prosud website, the cost of such a car in 2016 was about $ 50,000.

There is also mentioned a piece of land 43K sq.m., a house and two apartments.

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Associated with Kolomoisky

Volodymyr Moisyk has made decisions in favor of companies associated with Ihor Kolomoisky in the following cases:

1) In the second senate of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine June 5, 2019, a decision in case № 3-234 / 2018 (3058/18) was made on the constitutional complaint of the joint-stock company "Zaporizhzhya Ferroalloy Plant" on the constitutionality of paragraph 13 of part one of Article 1 17 of the Law of Ukraine "On the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine.

 

This decision was beneficial to the Privat group companies, as it essentially deprived NABU of the opportunity to make amends to the state. Earlier, Ukrnafta filed a similar lawsuit in court, but it was denied. In general, the state may lose about UAH 7bn. This is the cost of agreements that have already been terminated on the initiative of detectives via courts. (Read more: ThePage)

 

2) In the Grand Chamber of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine, the decision №6-уп / 2019 on closing the constitutional proceedings in the case №1-188 / 2018 (1801/18) on the proposal of 54 deputies of Ukraine on the compliance (constitutionality) of the Constitution of Ukraine with the provisions of the sixth paragraph of Article 3, second — sixth parts of Article 9, Article 12 of the Law of Ukraine ‘On the Particulars of Privatization of the State-Owned Ukrrudprom Joint-Stock Company's Enterprises.’

On May 28, 2019, judges of the Constitutional Court closed the case.

According to the law, the primary right to privatize a stake in Ukrrudprom was given to the companies that already owned more than 25% of the shares of this company (Liga).

They tried to challenge the legality of Ukrrudprom privatization in 2005, after the victory of the Orange Revolution. But then the Constitutional Court, to which a group of deputies appealed, refused to open proceedings (Fokus.ua).