Moroz called the Constitution business of all the life

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The leader of Socialist party of Ukraine Alexander Moroz told that tests satisfaction of that made the biggest matter in the life - having adopted the Constitution of Ukraine in 1996 - m to year. "You have such feelings only once in life", - the leader of SPU admitted.

"I know that in 1996 - m to year the president and his environment had a strong desire not to allow adoption of the Constitution in parliament. Wanted to agree, "collect" 226 deputy votes, and to submit the draft constitution for the "organized" referendum where absolute "approval" will be received. It is good that it didn't occur and the Constitution was adopted in parliament - as well as it is necessary in the civilized European countries. And, our Constitution the international experts is recognized as one of the best in the world", - told ex-the speaker of the Verkhovna Rada.

Moroz noted that despite Leonid Kuchma's desire to receive the exclusive presidential power and control over the Verkhovna Rada, Kuchma didn't dare so roughly and to break cynically the Basic law as it is done by the present president of Ukraine.

"Though Yushchenko before becoming the President, publicly declared readiness to share the power with Cabinet of Ministers and parliament. Yushchenko personally signed the contract with SPU, обязуясь to support the political reform, which essence - creation of the European model of board, and then refused all promises", - quotes Frost words a press - service SPU.

"If in 2004 - m to year Yushchenko's fraction supported the constitutional reform, believe, at us wouldn't be Maydanov, there would be no that political and social tension and everything would be quiet in the state. But "our Ukraine" refused to vote for political reform for very simple reason: they expected to keep undivided powers for Yushchenko, - the leader of Socialist party emphasized.

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