Verkhovna Rada Speaker Volodymyr Lytvyn claims he is not supporting the formation of a constitutional majority in parliament, he said this at the 2nd meeting of heads of parliament offices of CIS, Baltic and Caucasus states.

At the same time he emphasized that for today the Verkhovna Rada has enough MPs to make effective decisions, UKRINFORM reported.

"We have a sufficient majority, which brings together about 270 people's deputies. So I am not a supporter of a constitutional majority [constitutional majority - 300 MPs - ed.]. This is my open position, otherwise we may see the temptation to make difficult decisions very quickly. I was always afraid of people who always make difficult decisions quickly. As a rule, these decisions are ineffective," Lytvyn underscored.

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