Vitaly Barvinenko

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Vitaly Dmitrievich Barvinenko is a People's Deputy of Ukraine.


Vitaly Barvinenko was born on June 3, 1981 in Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi, Odessa oblast.[1] In 2003 he graduated from Odessa National University named after Mechnikov, International Economics department.[2] In 2006-2007 he headed the BYuT fraction in Odessa Regional Council. In March 2006 Vitaliy Barvinenko became candidate for People's Deputy of Ukraine from Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc (BYuT), No. 154 in the list.[3] In 2007 he was elected into parliament as No. 154 of BYuT.[3]

In September 2010 Barvinenko was expelled from the faction of BYuT.[4] In February 2011 he joined the faction of Party of Regions.[4]

In 2012 he was re-elected into parliament winning a single seat mandate for Party of Regions in Odessa oblast.[5][3]

In the 2014 parliamentary election he again won a constituency seat in Odessa oblast as a non-partisan candidate with 26.66% of the votes.[6] In parliament he joined the parliamentary group Revival.[7]

In April 2015 Barvinko submitted a draft law was demanding full recognition of the Armenian Genocide.[7]

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