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17.05.2000

March, 1997

   

PROBLEMS OF ECONOMY
Wages tomorrow, always tomorrow
S. Litvin, UNIAN

Innovations in Kharkov city transport
L. Mashkin, Kharkov

Ukrainian debts to other countries
Real GNP-96 in Ukraine equals 79 billion grivnas
A letter to a human right protecting Association
Will Ukraine survive till 2000?
ADMINISTRATIVE AND LEGISLATIVE PROBLEMS

Doublethink
I. Sukhorukova and M. Shutaleva, Kharkov

The law ’On psychiatric aid’ must be adopted asap
Illegal migration
SOCIAL UNREST

Protest actions were carried in the civilized manner
Handicapped miners protest
ON THE BOTH SIDES OF THE BARS

Tax officers take bribes
Suicides in the penitentiary establishments
Our informant

Bought killings. Who benefits?
G. Suchko, Zaporozhye

Broke his leg himself
A short blanket of financing
Advocates refuse to advocate
R. Romanov, Sebastopol

Some statistics on officers of penitentiary system
A. Bukalov, Donetsk

How much did they steal?
G. Sushko, Zaporozhye

ARMY PROBLEMS

Reforms are needed
Again dedovshchina
A letter from parents
MEDICAL PROBLEMS

General picture
Special prisons for AIDS-infected
More than 2000 AIDS-infected are registered in Donetsk region
Chernobyl consequences
No guarantees for imported drugs
S. Kamynina, Kharkov

The state is advancing
I. Sukhorukova, Kharkov

PRACTICE OF HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION

Arrested for nothing
Newsmen are killed again
How does Ukraine obey the European convention on human rights and main liberties? Grechanik, a lawyer

download Prava Ludyny. March, 1997

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