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Should not the 85% of population of
Ukraine which is ukrainian have a right to have their public
communications sphere
in UKRAINE in UKRAINIAN rather then Russian?

 An English translation of the proposed amendment of the Ukrainian law ‘On
Television and Radio Broadcasting’ is available at:
http://www.article19.org/pdfs/laws/ukraine-draft-law-on-television-and-radiobroadcasting.
pdf


For more information: please contact Boyko Boev, Legal Officer, tel: +44 (0) 207
278 9292; email: boyko@article19.org
• The analysis is available in English at:
http://www.article19.org/pdfs/analysis/memorandum-on-the-draft-law-amendingand-
supplementing-the-law-of-ukraine-on.pdf
•• ARTICLE 19 is an independent human rights organisation that works around the
world to protect and promote the right to freedom of expression. It
takes its name
from Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which
guarantees free
speech.
• The legal analysis of the draft Law and the translations have been
carried out within
the framework of the “Ukraine – media poli
--
Stephen Velychenko
CERES Associate;
Research Fellow,Chair of Ukrainian Studies;
Munk Center
University of Toronto
Devonshire Place
Toronto M5S 3K7



-- 
Stephen Velychenko
CERES Associate;
Research Fellow,Chair of Ukrainian Studies;
Munk Center
University of Toronto
Devonshire Place
Toronto M5S 3K7



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