by Sarah Whitmore This autumn was always going to be a tough one for the Ukrainian parliament. Deputies are currently faced with finding a two-thirds majority to pass a bill in final reading which will change the Constitution substantially in favour of the President. The representatives will thus be voting away their own prerogatives and, […]

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