If the Amendments On decentralization, introduced in Parliament by Ukrainian President that do not comply with the Minsk agreements, the problem of confrontation in the Donbass will go " on new terms ", If consistent - this means " overpowered common sense ", said the head of the presidential Council on human rights (HRC) Mikhail Fedotov.
on Thursday it was announced that the head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko submitted to the Parliament modified the Amendments On decentralization, which fix the position of the special status of Donbass in the text of the Constitution. Initially, the draft amendments did not include mention of the special status of Donbass in the text of the Constitution. About the fact that this special status will be Assigned to a special legislative act, was said to be in the transitional provisions of the law On amendments.
"Very important in these amendments - they comply with the Minsk agreements or not. If they comply with the Minsk agreements, this means overcame common sense, If these Amendments do not comply with the Minsk agreements, this means the problem will go again on new terms, " - said Fedotov Fins news .
The reform of the Constitution of Ukraine in the part of the decentralization envisaged by the Minsk agreements of February 12. Amendments must take into account peculiarities of particular districts of Donetsk and Luhansk regions, agreed with the commissioners of these districts ". The authorities DND and LNR many times sent its proposals for reform, but never received a reply.