On November 16, 2023, at the in-camera part of the plenary sessions the judges of the Grand Chamber proceeded with deliberation of cases:
- upon the constitutional complaint of 48 People’s Deputies of Ukraine on the constitutionality of the individual provisions of the Commercial Code of Ukraine, the Law of Ukraine “On Management of State Property Objects”, Requirements for an independent member of the supervisory board of a state unitary enterprise and company, in the authorised capital of which more than 50 percent of shares (stakes) belong to the state, approved by the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine № 142 dated March 10, 2017, the Procedure for determining and approving the candidacies of state representatives who are appointed to the supervisory boards of state unitary enterprises, and those who participate in general meetings and are elected to the supervisory boards of economic companies, in the authorised capital of which more than 50 percent of the shares (shares) belong to the state, approved by the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine № 143 dated March 10, 2017;
- upon the constitutional petition of 64 People's Deputies of Ukraine regarding the constitutionality of individual provisions of the Law of Ukraine “On Amendments to Certain Legislative Acts of Ukraine Concerning the Improvement of Banking Regulation Mechanisms” and this law as a whole, individual provisions of the Civil Code of Ukraine, the Criminal Procedure Code of Ukraine, the Code of Administrative Procedure of Ukraine, the Civil Procedure Code of Ukraine, the Commercial Procedure Code of Ukraine, the laws of Ukraine “On the National Bank of Ukraine”, “On banks and banking activities”, “On the system of guaranteeing deposits of individuals”, “On executive proceedings” as amended by the Law of Ukraine “On Amendments to Certain Legislative Acts of Ukraine on Improving the Mechanisms of Regulation of Banking Activity”.
Their deliberation will take place at one of the forthcoming plenary sessions.
On the same day, the Second Board of Judges of the Second Senate held a session at which it deliberated the issue of initiating constitutional proceedings in cases upon the constitutional complaints of:
• Stanislav Sytar regarding the constitutionality of Article 388.1.3 of the Civil Code of Ukraine;
• Serhii Pantielieiev regarding the constitutionality of subparagraphs one to fourteen of paragraph 6.4 of Section II “Final and Transitional Provisions” of the Law of Ukraine “On Measures for Legislative Support of Pension System Reform” No. 3668-VI dated July 8, 2011, Article 86.1 of the Law of Ukraine “On Prosecution Office” No. 1697–VII dated October 14, 2014.
Upon the results of the deliberation, the board of judges refused to initiate constitutional proceedings in these cases.