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The Constituent Assembly is considering a proposal to introduce a bicameral parliament, but it is too early to speak about a decision on this issue, chairman of the Constitutional Assembly and first President of Ukraine Leonid Kravchuk told a briefing, ForUm correspondent reports.
"There is only a draft concept. And all of these issues (on bicameral parliament and reduction in the number of deputies) are discussed. But we can not talk about ideas of the members of the Assembly. We can only tell you what the Assembly approves," Kravchuk noted.
He noted that Assembly members should not publicly express their ideas, because they can be perceived as approved standards.
"Now all the members of the Assembly submit their proposals. By the middle of September, we will consider them, and by the end of the month, we will define the draft concept. Then a session will be held, during which we will vote for the draft concept," he said.