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DONETSK, November 12. /TASS/. The constitution of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic (DPR) will be discussed and adopted by the DPR People's Council elected by the DPR parliament; the draft of the constitution will not be subjected to a nationwide discussion, one of the DPR senior representatives Denis Pushilin told TASS.
"The draft is already available, but it needs amendments. I think some of the amendments will have been passed by yearend," Pushilin said.
He dismissed "speculations" in earlier reports released by some media outlets about a referendum on the constitution allegedly planned. "It is too early for us yet," Pushilin said.