Sevastopol, June 28 (Interfax-Ukraine) – Some 90,000 Sevastopol residents have put their signatures for the adoption of the law on the basis of state language policy, First Deputy Head of Sevastopol Administration Serhiy Savenkov has said.
“Some 90,000 signatures within ten days is another confirmation of the need to reform the Constitution in terms of language policy and start the reform this year,” he said.
According to him, the directions of reforming the Constitution have been determined.
“These are the strengthening of human rights and freedoms, a clear separation of various branches of power, the reforming of local government and the ensuring of the country’s international integration,” said Savenkov.
Asked about the level of mass media freedom in the city, he said that the most free mass media in Ukraine is in Sevastopol.
“We see that all journalists have complete freedom. We perceive absolutely normally all political forces, all the views of all citizens,” said Savenkov.
He also called on journalists to help hold the parliamentary elections fairly and transparently.
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