In view of the considerable number of electoral infringements, the Kharkiv Human Rights Group believes it expedient to hold a rerun of the Kharkiv Mayor Election
45 European human rights organizations have expressed their concern over increased repression of human rights defenders, journalists and academics in Ukraine and call upon the Ukrainian authorities to respect their international human rights obligations.
The Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union is disturbed by a sharp increase in unlawful actions against human rights and civic activists. The number of such cases over the last six months is far in excess of the total number of similar incidents during the previous five years.
A month has passed since the events around historian Ruslan Zabilys detention, yet the SBU have still not returned the material taken, nor have they terminated the criminal investigation over alleged plans to divulge state secrets
Andriy Kohut from the Civic Assembly of Ukraine reports that the parties in power are building their election campaign with the use of administrative resources and methods involving the enforcement and regulatory bodies
11.10.10 | Viktor Kolisnyk, Professor of Law, Kharkiv
A comprehensive analysis by a well-known constitutionalist, of the reasons for and consequences of the revoking by the Constitutional Court of the 2004 Constitutional Amendments, with specific attention to attempts to defer the parliamentary elections
02.10.10 | Vsevolod Rechytsky, KHPG Constitutional Expert
Political-legal commentary on the CCU Judgment which revoked the constitutional amendments of 8 December 2004