Consideration of protocols on administrative offense for 'discrediting the Russian army's actions' in the illegal "courts" on the Crimean Peninsula is connected with systemic violations of main standards of access to fair justice, the Crimean Process claimed
In the interview with ZMINA Andriukaitis shared his impressions of documentaries during Docudays UA Festival and told how Lithuania perceives Russia's war against Ukraine, and explained why Vladimir Putin tried to persuade European political elites for a long time that there is what he defines as a ‘special democracy’ in the Russian Federation
Maksym Butkevych devoted about 20 years of his life to human rights activities. In particular, he was a member of the board of the Ukrainian representative office of Amnesty International and the public council under the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine
Expert believes in the success of the judicial reform in 2017, but at the same time points to the risks of its failure
Russian propaganda had started much earlier than the annexation of Crimea
Children are brought up among the weapons and even witness the tortures
Ukrainian activists of the sign language have congratulated political prisoner Oleg Sentsov on his birthday
There is a lack of trained "staff"
Children ages 15 to 17 are being recruited as informants and “human shields” in the conflict zone in eastern Ukraine
Will the reforms in Ukraine result in the Constitution as the Fundamental Law, not a declarative document?
I consider myself to be a Ukrainian. Although now everybody calls me a Moskovite because Russian is my mother language.
I’ve got used to bombing, but leaving, the feeling that people are far away in different cities and countries hurts much
Ukraine is a multiethnic country. The “Ukrainians” of different ethnic origin are likely to be found among your colleagues and friends as well.
Frumkin was detained at the Bolotnaya Square and sentenced to 15 days of arrest. The court did not take into account the information from the witnesses as well as the circumstances of detention.
Everything happened literally overnight - I went to the railway station, bought tickets, and we arrived in Khmelnytsky the next day
It is interesting to break the stereotypes when you come to the servicemen, talk with them, especially if you speak Ukrainian, they find out that you are from Luhansk and do not understand what's going on
I said I would not take children to shelled Luhansk...
Sometimes I say stupid things but I don’t want to be killed, jailed or punished for my nonsense. It is very important for me to call a spade a spade, but it can’t be done now in Crimea.
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