Press review: Kiev’s cynical use of Russian MP's murder and Moscow skips ‘nuke ban’ talksPress Review March 24, 13:00
Commander says National Guard prevented numerous civilian deaths in ChechnyaRussian Politics & Diplomacy March 24, 12:58
Kiev reveals identity of Russian politician’s killerWorld March 24, 12:19
Le Pen lambasts EU's 'diplomacy' of threats and blackmail towards RussiaWorld March 24, 11:58
Russia to launch R&D on new ground forces’ air defense systemMilitary & Defense March 24, 11:50
Russian State Duma speaker warns Ukraine increasingly turning into terrorist stateRussian Politics & Diplomacy March 24, 11:06
France’s National Front leader baffled by Paris’ hostile stance towards RussiaWorld March 24, 10:41
Russian Paralympians prepare for PyeongChang 2018 despite suspensionSport March 24, 9:23
Terrorist gang eliminated in foiled attack on National Guard in ChechnyaWorld March 24, 9:10
“Now we believe this election to be illegitimate, since it does not correspond with what is stipulated in the agreement,” said Kelin. “Ukraine urgently needs a constitutional reform, but it is not there yet.”
For a legitimate president, which means a president who would be supported by everybody, Ukraine needed changes and needed to account for the opinion of Ukraine’s Eastern regions in making and implementation of decisions, which was not happening now, the diplomat added.
The Ukrainian central election committee has registered five candidates for the post of president. The term of registration expires April 4.