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Ukraine's Constitutional Court supports change in Constitution on course towards EU and NATO - Lutsenko 11/22/2018 16:14:07. Total views 172. Views today — 0.

The Constitutional Court of Ukraine has supported a presidential bill on amendments to the Constitution on securing the course of Ukraine towards the EU and NATO. This was stated on the sidelines of the parliament by representative of the President of Ukraine in the Verkhovna Rada, people's deputy Iryna Lutsenko, - UNN reports.

"The decision on support of the proposed changes to the Constitution on securing the course of Ukraine towards the EU and NATO was made just now by the overwhelming majority - 14 judges of the Constitutional Court", - Lutsenko reported.

She added that "we are going to bring this issue in today's afternoon meeting".

As previously reported, the Constitutional Court of Ukraine issued a decision on changes to the Constitution regarding the course of Ukraine to join the EU and NATO.

The Constitutional Court of Ukraine studied the draft law on securing in the Constitution of the course for membership in the European Union and NATO after it received an appeal from the Verkhovna Rada in late September to provide an opinion on this draft law.

President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko expects that after the conclusion of the Constitutional Court on amendments to the Constitution regarding the course of Ukraine to join the EU and NATO, the Verkhovna Rada will immediately capture it in the Basic Law.