President Volodymyr Zelensky made Andriy Bohdan the chief of his administration. He held high positions in times of Yushchenko’s and Yanukovych’s administration. Prior to his appointment he was a legal adviser to Ihor Kolomoisky.
“According to part three of Art. 106 of Constitution of Ukraine, I order to appoint Andriy Bohdan the head of Presidential Administration,” the document reads.
According to preliminary data, Bogdan falls under the law on lustration and has restrictions on civil service.