President Viktor Yanukovych has reshuffled the staff of the National Communications Regulation Commission and dismissed Volodymyr Oliinyk from the post of head of the Commission having appointed Petro Yatsuk to the post.
This is disclosed in the presidential decrees No.187-194 and No.196 of February 9.
Yanukovych dismissed NCRC board members Borys Yemeliyanenkov, Volodymyr Zverev, Volodymyr Khilenko, Nadia Kostryba, Volodymyr Paschuk, Volodymyr Smoliar and Mykola Tkachenko.
At the same time, Yanukovych appointed new NCRC members: Tamara Malyna, who earlier worked at planning department at Astelit mobile communications operator; Iryna Polischuk, who earlier headed postgraduate center at Ukrtelecom; Ihor Syrotenko, who is the director of the sales department at Ukrtelecom; Olena Ulasenko, a representative of the State Communication Service; Oleksandr Rechkalov, an employee of the State Special Communication Service; former NCRC members Liudmyla Yezhova and Mykhailo Serdiuk.
As Ukrainian News earlier reported, Oliinyk occupied the post of head of the NCRC from April 2010, and was a member of the NCRC from 2005.
Yatsuk from January 17, 2011 occupied the post of first deputy head of the State Special Communication and Information Protection Service, and before this from May 2010 he worked as deputy head of this Service.
The National Communications Regulation Commission is a central body of executive power regulating the sphere of telecommunications and postal mail communication, as well it distributes radio-frequency and numbering capacities.