Medvedchuk: the Law on quotas on TV violates the rights of citizens

May 23, 2017

Medvedchuk commented on the Ukrainization of TV It violates article of the Constitution, which guarantees free development, use and protection of Russian language, said the politician. Obliging TV channels to conduct three-quarters of broadcasting in the Ukrainian language, the Verkhovna Rada has violated the rights of citizens and the Constitution, said the leader of the Ukrainian choice Victor Medvedchuk, commenting on the results of today’s vote

Read More >>

In Kropyvnyts’ke detained three cars with 13 armed men

May 23, 2017

kg.npu.gov.ua kg.npu.gov.ua kg.npu.gov.ua Previously it is established that all male residents of the Kiev region. In the center Kropiwnicki detained three cars, which traveled 13 armed men. About it reports a press-service of Ukraine in Kirovohrad region. “According to preliminary information, all thirteen men aged from 23 to 38 years, residents of Kyiv.

Read More >>

The head of Transparency protested corruption in Ukraine

May 23, 2017

In Ukraine, corruption reigns with impunity Jose Extinguished claims that Kiev time “bigger fish to fry”. In Ukraine the atmosphere of impunity in relation to corruption. This was stated by Chairman of the global anti-corruption movement Transparency International (TI) Jose Extinguished by results of visit to Ukraine. In his opinion, during the year, the Ukrainian government has shown “very little progress” in the fight against corruption and “not aware of…

Read More >>

Savchenko asks President to veto a repeal of its law

May 23, 2017

The MP believes that the cancellation violated the Constitution. The people’s Deputy Nadezhda Savchenko believes that the abolition of its law contradicts the Constitution and requested the President to veto this decision of Parliament. This is stated in the letter Savchenko President in Facebook. The MP is sure that the decision of Parliament of 18 may to repeal the law Savchenko violates article 22 of the Constitution of Ukraine

Read More >>

Channels were given 16 months to transition to the Ukrainian

May 23, 2017

The channels can have another year and four months to broadcast in Russian. Russian television, which produced in Ukraine, will in the course of a year and four months to count in Ukrainian-language quota. Reported about it.head of the Committee on freedom of speech and information policy Victoria syumar, says Interfax-Ukraine. “The law (of quotas on Ukrainian television – if) after the signing will take effect in 4 months.

Read More >>

Poroshenko about language quota: took into Account the interests of all

May 23, 2017

At the level of regional and local channels from Russian and other languages, recorded 40 percent of the broadcast, the President said. President Petro Poroshenko said that during the preparation of the draft law on the introduction of quotas on Ukrainian television took into account the interests of all, including neuroinvasion. Today the Verkhovna Rada adopted the draft law on the linguistic quotas for television.

Read More >>

Recruited DNI Mariupol resident surrendered to the security forces

May 23, 2017

Mariupolets grandfather detained while passing the checkpoint. The security Service of Ukraine appealed to the resident of Mariupol to provide him and his family protection from members of the self-proclaimed Donetsk people’s Republic. This reports the press center of the security Service of Ukraine on Tuesday, may 23. The man reported that in April he, along with his 78-year-old grandfather was detained while passing the checkpoint. “Action has had a…

Read More >>

Attendance Vkontakte in Ukraine fell by a third

May 23, 2017

Have started Vkontakte “black stripe” in Ukraine Other Russian sites also significantly worsened their performance. The attendance of the Russian social network Vkontakte in Ukraine for five days, denying access fell to 3.35 million visits. This writes ekonomichna Pravda, citing data from SimilarWeb. Prior to the sanctions, daily attendance Vkontakte in Ukraine amounted to an average of 10.1 million visits.

Read More >>