The proposed refinement in Kiev the Ukrainian Constitution have nothing to do with the process of decentralization of power, according to the Federation Council.
The Parliament of Ukraine on the proposal of the President Petro Poroshenko accepted on the first day of the week in the first reading the draft changes to the Constitution of the country in terms of decentralization.
"filed the authorities of Ukraine amendments to the current Constitution have nothing to do with the process of decentralization of power ", - said in the conclusion prepared by the head of the constitutional Department of the Federation Council Andrey Clisham and the Chairperson of the Commission of international law of the Russian Association of assistance to the UN Aslan Abashidze.
the document notes that the amendments, although assessed by the Venice Commission as the appropriate European Charter of local self-government, or otherwise decide any question connected with the special status of separate districts of Donetsk and Lugansk regions provided in the complex of measures to implement the Minsk agreements.
The special status of separate districts of the DPR and LPR, as provided in the series of measures involves, most importantly, the decentralization of the entire vertical of the state power, which should be enshrined in the new Constitution of Ukraine in the form of distribution of competence between the Central Ukrainian authorities and the authorities of Donbass, the authors emphasize the conclusion.
Authorized self-proclaimed republics of Donbass first stressed that amendments to the Constitution were not agreed with the authorities DND and LNR, as envisaged by the Minsk agreements, and were not " brought up for discussion in the framework of the Minsk process ". Review of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, Poroshenko Proposed amendments are merely a simulation run Kiev Minsk agreements.