Eternal Memory to the Murdered Victims of Holdomor 1932-1933
The Orange Revolution was the greatest, most human historical act of the last 100 years. You, together with the other leaders of the Revolution, have squandered the spiritual capital of Maidan entrusted to you through your bickering, incompetence, lack of consistency and of courage. …. It is not yet too late for wise and decisive actions, and the popular potential of Maidan has not been drained.
If one considers the cases of Muminov and the "Ivanovo Uzbeks" together, the conclusion is clear that at the present time in issues involving extradition from Russia to Uzbekistan only those whose violated rights are no longer able to be “repaired” can hope for justice.
Without reform of the system of state subsidies, the rise in tariffs will lead to at least a 10 – 20% increase in poverty among the population
Instead of the promised agreements on editorial policy, etc, financial backup for the newspaper appears to have stopped, placing its continued existence in question
Myroslav Marynovych and Yevhen Sverstyuk call for the resignation or dismissal of the Minister following his recent remark suggesting that cultural policy cannot be run to suit a "narrow layer of Ukrainian-speaking intelligentsia ... frightened of competition"
Another frightening tale which, if confirmed, shows that the drive to get thugs out of the police force has still some way to go
16.11.06 | Yury Vasidlov
One would like to laugh over this truly surreal saga however the picture it paints of court corruption and (apparent) impunity renders even a smile impossible
13.11.06 | Boris Fishelyev
The author questions the worth of a “legal environment” which allows the Constitution and Constitutional Court to be used and abused by politicians for their own aims and calls for the question of the validity of the “political reform” to be raised now
An interview given to the newspaper "Without censorship" by Yevhen Zakharov in which he touches on human rights and political issues of the present day
“As far as my perception of freedom is concerned, it has not changed. I paid too high a price for it to now doubt its value”. Myroslav Marynovych, one of the ten founding members of the Ukrainian Helsinki Group, thirty years on