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When asked about the possibility of making changes to the electoral law after the analysis of the course of last year's election campaign, speaker of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Volodymyr Rybak said that Ukraine needs the unified electoral code.
Rybak noted that the electoral system, on the basis of which the last elections were held, has improved considerably according to the European community. Rybak explained: "If there were no five scandal-hit constituencies, no issues would arise." "It is necessary to analyze the electoral process of elections in those constituencies and may make appropriate adjustments," he said.
Leader of the Parliament noted that 200 political parties are registered in Ukraine, so that "the current imperfect political system corresponds exactly to a mixed electoral system."
Among its undeniable positives he described "the ability of voters to influence the situation." Rybak explained that single-mandate deputies necessarily meet the people in their districts, to respond to requests, to help their constituency. He recalled that in 2007-2012, when proportional system was effective, the parties "assigned" their MPs to certain constituencies. "Therefore, I stand for the mixed system," he stressed.
Rybak also called for the adoption of the electoral code, which will clearly provide for rules of the elections of all the branches of government.