Ukraine may need new constitution – EU Ambassador Tombinski
Head of the European Commission's Delegation to Ukraine Jan Tombinski has said that Ukraine needs a new draft of the fundamental law.
When speaking at the forum entitled "Constitution: Public Trust and New Justice" in Kyiv on Monday, Tombinski said that Ukraine needs to constantly work on drafting the new fundamental law in terms of the justice system.
Perhaps, it is necessary to create a constitution that will live up to the wishes to create a parliamentary republic, so that it has a clear-cut allocation of function, distribution of responsibilities between different branches of government, he added.
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