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KIEV, February 05, /ITAR-TASS/. The bill on a constitutional reform was registered in Ukrainian parliament on Wednesday by Vitaly Klichko, head of the Udar party; Oleg Tyagnibok, head of the Svoboda party; and Aleksandr Turchinov, deputy chairman of the Batkivshchina party, a source in the secretariat of the Supreme Rada (parliament) told Itar-Tass.
The bill registered on Wednesday calls for nullifying Ukraine’s law of October l7, 2010 on amending some legislative acts of Ukraine to bring them into accord with the Ukrainian Constitution, said the source.
The text of the document has not yet been published on the Supreme Rada website. The opposition leaders have stated earlier that the constitutional act they have drafted envisages the return to the Constitution in the 2004 wording that was abrogated by the Constitutional Court’s decision in 2010.