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KIEV, July 27. /TASS/. Experts of Ukraine’s Constitutional Court have found no violations of citizen’s rights in the draft constitution provisions about the status of certain districts of Donbass, the court’s legal appraisal department said in a report on Monday.
Addenda to section 15 entitled Transitional Provision of the constitution "are geared to ensure the rights of citizens living in certain districts of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions, to ensure rights and freedoms of citizens living in other regions," UNIAN news agency quoted the document.
After hearing reporting judge Mikhail Gultai, the Constitutional Court continued its session in camera. The Court will have more sessions in the coming days and is expected to announce its decision in late August.