Eli Bendersky added the comment:

I don't know how important this is to really warrant removal. Removal means 
potentially breaking working code when trying to run it with Python 3.5, and my 
impression was that the core devs are somewhat alergic to this, at least while 
the transition to Python 3 is ongoing.

Unless it has already been discussed (sorry if I missed it, haven't had much 
time for CPython recently, unfortunately), may be worth a quick check with 


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