The former head of the OP radically changed his hair and took the car to the front


Yes, the former head of the OP reported on his Facebook pagewhich delivered aid to the front: equipment, products and a car.


Ex-head of the Presidential Administration

Place of birth

Born in Lviv on December 3, 1976.


In 1998, he graduated from the Faculty of Law of Lviv State University named after Ivan Franko University (now Ivan Franko Lviv National University; LNU), having obtained the qualification of a lawyer, and in 2007 – the Faculty of Economics of the LNU, having obtained the qualification of economist, finance specialist.

Candidate of Legal Sciences (2010). Has the 2nd rank of civil servant.

Marital status

Divorced, has four daughters.


In 2001, he worked at the Pravis law firm and as an assistant judge of the Kyiv Court of Appeal.

In 2004, he became a partner in the law firm Pukshin and partners (legal business of Ihor Pukshin, ex-deputy head of the Secretariat of the President of Ukraine Viktor Yushchenko ).

In 2007, he became the managing partner of the law firm Yuridychny radnyki (in 2009, the firm returned to its former name – Pukshin and partners).

In the same year, he took part in the parliamentary elections – as No. 93 on the electoral list of the Nasha Ukraine – People’s Self-Defense bloc. Represented the interests of the bloc and its informal leader – President Yushchenko – in the courts.

Since December 2007, he worked as the Deputy Minister of Justice of Ukraine ( Mykola Onishchuka ), ensured the implementation of state legal policy in the field of combating corruption.

In March 2010, he was appointed Deputy Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine ( Anatoly Tolstoukhov ) – the government commissioner for anti-corruption policy. On February 7, 2011, the Cabinet of Ministers abolished this position.

Since July 2013, Andrii Bohdan was appointed the government commissioner for anti-corruption policy for the second time after the Cabinet of Ministers renewed the position of government commissioner for anti-corruption policy within the limits of the maximum number of employees of the Secretariat of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine.

Kolomoiskyi’s adviser and Korban’s lawyer

In the spring of 2014, he became an adviser to the newly appointed governor of the Dnipropetrovsk region Igor Kolomoiskyi.

And in the autumn, he ran for the Verkhovna Rada for the second time – already on the lists of the Petro Poroshenko Bloc party. According to the CEC, Andrii Bohdan at that time was still non-partisan and worked as the chief legal adviser of the law firm “Status”.

However, he did not become a deputy again, despite the fact that his 74th place on the list turned out to be passable in the end, – the party canceled his registration as a candidate.

At the same time, Andriy Bohdan defended the interests of his associate Igor Kolomoiskyi Gennady Korban.

Lawyer Andrii Bohdan was called the “informal head” of the presidential candidate’s staff Volodymyr Zelenskyi.

On May 21, 2019, the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy appointed Andrii Bohdan as the head of the Presidential Administration.

On February 11, 2020, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy signed a decree on the dismissal of Andriy Bohdan from the position of the head of the Office of the President of Ukraine.

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