NA will elect the President: Constitutional reforms

President of the Republic is elected by the National Assembly for seven years term, without the right of reelection from the eligible, non-partisan candidates. This point is included in Constitutional reforms concept’s previous version.

According to the authors of the project, the President of the Republic, elected in this way, will have opportunity to take over all the functions typical to the non-partisan President.

Prime Minister is elected by the parliamentarian elections, the Government is formed by the Prime Minister and is only responsible to the National Assembly.

The functional division between three Constitutional bodies will be clearer. National Assembly, as a legislative power, will take control over the highest Executive body- the Government, and the President of the Republic will monitor Constitutional rules preservation set by legislative and executive bodies.

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