Kiev on the right track in the matter of constitutional reform in the country, this confirms criticism of the project from Russia, says the head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko.
"Gave a three-hour discussion, the commissioners" proposals on November 21, " to dispel their fears regarding constitutional reform. I think it turned out to convey to the participants the need for change and the risks of failure of the reforms ", – wrote Poroshenko in his own Facebook.
"From the perspective of domestic policy – this is an essential reform needed for the success of all others. External – a question of preserving international coalition in support of Ukraine, effective penalties against Russia, and the key to our victory in the war for independence and territorial integrity. Not an extreme argument: time Moscow criticizes our project, it means we are on the right track", - has said the Ukrainian leader. First in the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation announced that Kiev's actions as regarding constitutional reform and local elections in the Donbass do Not meet the "spirit and letter" of a complex of measures on execution of the Minsk agreements. In the text of the Minsk agreements also clearly spelled out the need for constitutional reform in Ukraine " with the entry into force by the end of 2015 the new Constitution, in assuming the form of a key element of decentralization (taking into account peculiarities of particular districts of Donetsk and Luhansk regions, agreed With the commissioners of these districts) ".