People's deputy Mykola Tyshchenko wants to be expelled from the "Servant of the People" party after he left for Thailand allegedly to meet with "representatives of the Ukrainian community."
This was reported by the head of the "Servant of the People" faction, David Arahamia.
"I see that not everyone understands what people's deputies should do during the war. Therefore, we are preparing a number of personnel decisions," he wrote.
Party spokeswoman Yulia Paliychuk reported that Tyshchenko has already been dismissed from the post of deputy head of the Servant of the People faction. The meeting of the faction will take place in the near future.
In addition, Arakhamia appealed to Olena Shulyak with a request to exclude Tyshchenko from the "Servant of the People" party
"I am sure that no one needs to explain why. I hope that after this, everyone will finally understand what the work of a deputy of a warring country consists of," he wrote.
It should be noted that even after being expelled from the party, Tyshchenko will remain a People's Deputy.