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Monday, September 25, 2017

A group of Ukrainian deputies asked Poroshenko to veto the law on the Ukrainization of education

Several deputies of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine appealed to the President Petro Poroshenko with a call to veto the law on education, involving the abolition of teaching in schools and universities in the languages of national minorities.

The authors point to a number of violations. In particular, in their opinion, a violation of the constitutional rights and freedoms of national minorities to education in their native language. They point to the discriminatory nature of the law.

The appeal to Poroshenko was signed by the President of the Association of Bulgarians of Ukraine Anton Kisse, Chairman of the Society of Hungarian culture of Transcarpathia Vasyl Brenzovych,member of the Rada Committee on European integration Gregory Timis.

Earlier, the Verkhovna Rada adopted the law criticized in Hungary. The Russian foreign Ministry believe that the main purpose of the law — to infringe on the rights of the Russian-speaking population of Ukraine.


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