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“This will definitely take place after the elections,” Boris Litvinov told TASS. “I suppose that two normative documents - the DPR’s domestic and foreign policy framework and the declaration of sovereignty will serve as a basis for the constitutional law.”
The Supreme Council of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic scheduled the elections of the head and parliament of the republic for November 2.
The neighboring self-proclaimed Luhansk People’s Republic approved a law governing parliamentary and presidential elections, but has not fixed the date yet. The republic’s leadership said earlier that the elections could be held simultaneously with the DPR.