This was stated by the president of Ukraine during his speech at the ceremonial meeting of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on the occasion of the Constitution Day, Censor.NET reports.
"The Constitution is the one we have to check our political deeds with daily. We have to respect the Basic Law.
"The parliamentary-presidential form of government is one of the outcomes of the Revolution of Dignity, our indicator of belonging to the European political culture. I see no reasons to doubt the system of the governance as stipulated by the acting Constitution," the head of state said.
"The attitude towards the Basic Law should not depend either on a point of view of a certain politician, nor on current political situation. Attempts of illegitimate, violent revision of the Constitution have not led to anything good.
"I do not intend to abuse the subject of amendments to the Constitution, and to act carefully and responsibly regarding the matter, just like I currently do," Poroshenko summed up.
June 28 is Constitution Day in Ukraine, as the Basic Law was adopted on this day back in 1996.
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