In March, the Constitutional Assembly plans to publish a concept of amending the Basic Law, the chairman of the Assembly, the first President of Ukraine Leonid Kravchuk said in interview with "Komsomolskaya Pravda in Ukraine" newspaper.
According to Kravchuk, the Assembly examines all the provisions of the current Constitution, finds out why some provisions of the Basic Law are not fulfilled. "For example, the Constitution says that the MP shall vote personally. However, in practice, we can see that some MPs vote for their colleagues. Therefore, it should be stipulated that MPs shall bear responsibility for such actions," he said.
Speaking about the idea of putting to referendum the issues regarding election of the President in Parliament, Kravchuk said: "The issues, which may split society, shouldn’t be put to referendum. Such issues include the language question, the feasibility of joining the Customs Union, the method of electing the President. We must be very careful with the referendum," the chairman of the Assembly said.
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