There was no President to impeach. Yanukovych removed himself from office.
Reading that, and @Blindjustice 's post after it, makes me wonder whether we choose our national leaders carefully enough. Should there be a set of filters with 'principle' and 'moral compass', among others, in their selection processes? In Britain, we allowed Blair to get through; in Germany....
Not to mention ffrance, Italy and most definitely the USA.
It's not good enough.
True, true and don't even think about dismounting without explosive over pressure. At least according to the Mem.They might fit, but will be picked up using acoustic listening devices.
No middle-aged man can get through a small hatch without accompanying 'ooohs' and 'aaars'.
Yeah but where's the quote from - a Newspaper - twisting sound bites, paraphrasing ?What does Germany have available now? They're supplying Leo to Czechia already aren't they?
I don't think Scholz is being a star here but Poland isn't helping things, as I said previously, this should all be discussed in house at NATO. Alliances are just that, full of weak points to be exploited by the enemy if you let them.
Article 108. The President of Ukraine shall exercise his powers until the assumption of office by the newly elected President of Ukraine.
The authority of the President of Ukraine shall be subject to an early termination in cases of:
2) inability to exercise presidential authority for health reasons;
3) removal from office by the procedure of impeachment;
4) his/her death.
None of those preconditions was fulfilled, therefore legally he was still president, wherever he was located. It’s like the Queen, she’s still Queen until she either dies or formally abdicates - as with Edward viii His Majesty’s Declaration of Abdication Act 1936
Sorry to once again bring uncomfortable facts to the table.