Bezuhla is recalled from the post of deputy head of the Verkhovna Rada committee on national security: she reacted
MP Mariana Bezuhla has been recalled from the post of deputy head of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on National Security. The decision was made by the committee itself.
This was announced on January 5 by Vadym Ivchenko, a member of the Batkivshchyna party, on Facebook. He noted that he had voted in favor of Bezuhla's dismissal.
"Today, the Committee on Security, Defense and Intelligence decided to recall Mariana Bezuhla from the post of deputy chairman of the committee. I personally voted in favor. I believe that the Verkhovna Rada should have people in the relevant positions who strengthen our positions in the political and information space," Ivchenko wrote.
Bezuhla herself has already reacted to her dismissal. She insists that relevant decisions should be made by voting in the parliamentary hall.
On her Facebook page, the MP posted a screenshot of Ivchenko's post with the words: "Dear Committee of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on National Security, Defense and Intelligence, the decision can only be made by voting in the hall."
No details on the possible reasons for Bezuhla's recall have been announced yet.
As you know, the MP has repeatedly been at the center of scandals. According to media reports, she was one of the authors of a controversial bill on the right of commanders to kill soldiers for insubordination, which appeared in the spring of 2022 but was eventually withdrawn.
In addition, journalist Yurii Butusov said that Bezuhla openly interferes in the work of the Security Service of Ukraine, demanding a "restart " and called the MP's interference in the work of the military in the defense of Severodonetsk "incompetence." According to the journalist, Bezuhla was directly involved in setting combat tasks for unit commanders.
In November 2023, Bezuhla provoked a scandal by accusing the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Zaluzhnyi, of incompetence and calling for his dismissal. Fedir Venislavsky, a member of the Rada's National Security Committee, said that such statements threatened the security of the state.
President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, in turn, said that Bezuhla and Zaluzhnyy have a "difficult relationship" and advised them to take less "selfies" and work more on results.
Ukrainian military officer Yuriy Hudymenko believes that Bezuhla is trying to get as much attention as possible for herself by attacking the military leadership, which is harmful to the country, and her actions require an immediate response from the relevant structures.