Bohdan Boyko

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Bohdan Boyko
Богдан Бойко
Official portrait, 1998
Governor of Ternopil Oblast
In office
7 September 1996 – 20 April 1998
Preceded byBorys Kosenko
Succeeded byVasyl Vovk
Chairman of the Ternopil Oblast Council
In office
April 1992 – June 1994
Preceded byVasyl Oliynyk
Succeeded byBorys Kosenko
People's Deputy of Ukraine
In office
15 May 1990 – 14 May 2002
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Personal details
Born (1954-09-29) 29 September 1954 (age 69)
Pidiarkiv [uk], Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union (now Ukraine)
Political partyPeople's Movement of Ukraine
Alma materUniversity of Lviv

Bohdan Fedorovych Boyko (Ukrainian: Богдан Федорович Бойко; born 29 September 1954) is a Ukrainian politician who formerly served as a People's Deputy of Ukraine from 1990 to 2002 as a member of the People's Movement of Ukraine. He was also a candidate in 2004 Ukrainian presidential election, nominated by the Movement of Ukrainian Patriots. In 2000, he formed a third faction within the People's Movement of Ukraine[1] aimed at reconciling the differences between two other opposing factions.[2]


He was born on 29 September 1954 in the village of Pidiarkiv, in the western Ukrainian Lviv Oblast in what was then the Soviet Union.


  • Ivan Franko Lviv State University, Faculty of Economics (1971–1976), economist;
  • graduate student at the Department of Political Economy, Lviv University (1979–1982);
  • Candidate's dissertation "Efficiency of commodity turnover of means of production in the period of developed socialism" (1982).


1982–1986 – Assistant Professor of Political Economy, Lviv Agricultural Institute.

1986–1990 – Art. Lecturer, Department of Philosophy and Political Economy, Ternopil Pedagogical Institute.

From 1990 – 1st Deputy Chairman of the Ternopil Oblast Council.

Since 15 January 1992 – Chairman of the Executive Committee and Regional Council.

April 1992 – June 1994 – Chairman of the Ternopil Oblast Council.

7 September 1996 – 20 April 1998 – Governor of Ternopil Oblast.

Since 1990 – co-chairman, chairman of the Ternopil Oblast council of the People's Movement of Ukraine.

1993 – co-chairman of the Ternopil Regional Council of the People's Movement of Ukraine.

1995–1999 – Deputy Chairman of the People's Movement of Ukraine.

1995–1997 – c. at. Chairman, Chairman of the People's Movement of Ukraine Secretariat.


  1. ^ "New Rukh: Better than Two Old Ones?". Archived from the original on 8 December 2015.
  2. ^ Day, Alan John; East, Roger; Thomas, Richard (2002). A political and economic dictionary of Eastern Europe. Psychology Press. pp. 454–455. ISBN 978-1-85743-063-9.