|Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers|
2 December 2014 – 14 April 2016
|Prime Minister||Arseniy Yatsenyuk|
|Preceded by||Kostyantyn Lyubchenko|
|Succeeded by||Oleksandr Saenko|
Ганна Володимирівна Онищенко
15 October 1984
Kiev, Ukrainian SSR
Early life and education
Hanna Onyschenko was born on 15 October 1984 in Kiev. In 2007, she graduated from the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, having specialized in law. She received a Master of Laws degree in 2011.
Onyschenko started her career as a lawyer in 2004. In August 2013, she served as the lawyer of Arseniy Yatsenyuk in a court case in which Yatsenyuk was ordered to retract his allegations that the 18 May 2013 riots at a Rise up, Ukraine! rally were provocations ordered by National Security Council Secretary Andriy Klyuyev.
In the first Yatsenyuk Government (appointed in late February 2014), Onyschenko served as the Deputy Minister of Justice and also chaired the State Registration Service. Ranked 58th on the electoral list of People's Front, she was elected into parliament in the October 2014 Ukrainian parliamentary election. On 2 December 2014 she was appointed Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers in the second Yatsenyuk Government. She did not retain this post in the Groysman Government that was installed in 14 April 2016.
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"Rada approves new Cabinet with three foreigners". Kyiv Post. 2 December 2014.
"Rada elected a new Cabinet". Ukrayinska Pravda (in Ukrainian). 2 December 2014.
- New Cabinet formed in Ukraine, UNIAN (14 April 2016)
- "Aparatnytsya Yatsenyuk: Cabinet Minister Hanna Onyschenko". Korrespondent.net (in Ukrainian). 3 December 2014.
- "Poroshenko Bloc to have greatest number of seats in parliament". Ukrinform. 8 November 2014.
"People's Front 0.33% ahead of Poroshenko Bloc with all ballots counted in Ukraine elections - CEC". Interfax-Ukraine. 8 November 2014.
"Poroshenko Bloc to get 132 seats in parliament - CEC". Interfax-Ukraine. 8 November 2014.
- "Electoral list of People's Front". Ukrayinska Pravda. 20 September 2014.
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