On June 28, Ukraine celebrates the Constitution Day. Our country has a centuries-old history of the constitutional process. The famous Constitution of the Ukrainian Hetman Pylyp Orlyk, which became one of the first European constitutions of the New Age, was written at the beginning of the XVIII century.
On June 28, 1996, the history of the modern constitutional process in Ukraine began. The adoption of the Constitution contributed to the establishment of Ukraine as an independent and sovereign state and a full-fledged subject of international legal relations, was an important step in ensuring human and civil rights.
On June 25, the staff of the Department of Social Sciences under the leadership of the head of the department, Associate Professor O.O. Sikorska organized a round table, which included a teaching conference of the department on “The Constitution of Ukraine: history from ancient times to the present.” The issues of the Ukrainian and European constitutional process were considered.
Among other issues – further plans on the subject and methods of educational work at the department.
The staff of the Department of Social Sciences congratulates everyone on the holiday!