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KIEV, October 10. /TASS/. Venice Commission, an expert agency of the Council of Europe in the field of legislation, has endorsed preliminary conclusions on a bill of changes in the Constitution of Ukraine, the press service of the Ukrainian representative at the Venice Commission, Sergey Kivalov, said on Friday.
The conclusions contain detailed recommendations on improvements in some provisions of the draft constitutional changes, it said. The text of the preliminary conclusions will be published at the Venice Commission website after October 26.
Sergey Kivalov said that commission members had pointed out the importance of a comprehensive reform of Ukraine’s judiciary.
Ukrainian President Pyotr Poroshenko said earlier the draft of constitutional changes was aimed at decentralization of state power in the country and provision of greater rights to the regions.