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Russia’s demand to enshrine Donbas special status in Constitution is futile, - official

Source : 112 Ukraine

According to Head of Ukrainian delegation at Minsk Talks Leonid Kravchuk, the MPs will not vote for amending of the Ukrainian Constitution
20:03, 17 August 2020

Leonid Kravchuk
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The demand of Russia about the enshrining of the special status of particular areas of Donetsk and Luhansk regions in the Constitution of Ukraine will not be supported by the Verkhovna Rada as Syohodni reported citing Head of Ukrainian delegation at Minsk Talks Leonid Kravchuk.

“If Russia really believes, and it is serious, that we have to amend the Constitution, then I ask a question: how a democratic country, and we follow the way of democracy, may come to the parliament and say that you should vote for it. I know that three factions (EU, Holos and Batkivshchyna, - 112.international) will not vote. I know for sure that some part of the MPs from the Servant of the People, especially elected through plurality voting, might not vote. I am not even talking that it has nothing to do with the international documents meaningfully,” Kravchuk said.

Related: Resolving Donbas issue requires participation of US, - ex-president Kravchuk

He noted that there are no votes for the amendment of the Constitution of Ukraine at the Verkhovna Rada.

Earlier, Leonid Kravchuk stated that there are four options for a complete ceasefire in Donbas. He believes concessions are one option. The Ukrainian side will be ready to make concessions only if the other side is ready to take the appropriate steps.

 

 

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