The Constitutional Assembly is a new post-Soviet state institution, the chairman of the Assembly Leonid Kravchuk said, ForUm correspondent reports.

"Upon analyzing the socio-economic, legal and political life in Ukraine and the peculiarities of the state-building, we came to the conclusion that the non-traditional forms of governance are to be introduced to modernize the country and to prepare the constitutional and legal reform," he said.
According to Kravchuk, the Constitutional Assembly is to fulfill this very mission.

The head of the Assembly urged not to politicize the work upon the Basic Law of the state.
"We can and must fulfill this mission for the sake of the present and the future generations of Ukraine," Kravchuk said, expressing confidence that the amended Constitution will allow the state to start living new civilized life.

As reported, the Constitutional Assembly was established by the President’s decree as a special subsidiary body subject to the head of the state. The aim of the organ’s activity is to make proposals for amending the Constitution of Ukraine.

By his Decree, the head of the state approved the membership of the Constitutional Assembly and appointed Leonid Kravchuk, the President of Ukraine in 1991-1994, as its chairman.

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