Kovalchuk sure unconditional amnesty for all detained protestors and return to Constitution of 2004 is priority of Parliament

14.02.2014 11:58

First of all, Parliament has to decide on two questions: unconditional amnesty for all detained protesters and restoration of the Constitution of 2004, deputy head of UDAR Vitali Kovalchuk said at the meeting of leaders of parliamentary factions with the speaker Rybak.

"UDAR stance remains the same. First, Parliament has to resolve two issues: unconditional amnesty for all participants of protests. Three bills are already introduced in the Parliament. Next, Yanukovych must be deprived of dictatorial powers for which he was not elected. This may be achieved through restoration of the Constitution of 2004, as it was unconstitutionally abated in 2010," Vitali Kovalchuk said.

He stressed that two processes must be clearly distinguished - a return to the Constitution of 2004 and amending Constitution. "Any further amendments to the law are possible only after the return to the Constitution of 2004. The latter is a necessary process. At this very stage we should coordinate our positions, work out provisions, engaging experts and the public," deputy head of UDAR said.

Kovalchuk also told that Party of Regions and Communists opposed the return to the Constitution of 2004 and the laws of unconditional amnesty.

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