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October 1998

   

TROUBLED TIMES

 Shooting lame ducks A.Korystovskaya, Odessa Illegal trade of arms Our informant Cat eaters Our informant Another raid to catch minor beggars PR of Kharkov executive committee The ‘velvet season’ on Azov-Sea beaches is closed before the due time N.Skripnik, Mariupol

CRISIS

 Half of the country are paupers Evgen Zakharov, Kharkov Editor’s comment. Prices soar – grivna falls S.Rudenko, Kharkov Ukraine holds the 102nd place as to living standard Our informant Pay arrears to miners grow A.B., Donetsk Atomic station operators picket the Cabinet of Ministers Our informant The plant ‘Motor-sich’ has stopped UNIAN The prices creep up Our informant Like fighting the sea Our informant

POLITICS

 Social democrats are active in October Our informant

LEGISLATION

 To kill or not to kill? Our informant, Kyiv More monopolies Our informant Points of simplified frontier crossing are opened UNIAN Procedure of getting Ukrainian citizenship is simplified Our informant The new regime in Ukraine R.Romanov, the Crimea

LAWS ARE VIOLATED

 Justice as it really is S.Shkarupa, Zaporozhye

LAWS ARE OBEYED

  A reader should not think that all the laws of Ukraine are always disobeyed. Sometimes laws are obeyed, especially if the suspect belongs to the defeated clan or grouping. ‘Kievskiye vedomosti’, 17 June 1998 ’Ukraina moloda’, No.112, 1998 ‘Kievskiye vedomosti’, 13 June 1998 ‘Kievskiye vedomosti’, 11 June 1998 ‘Kievskiye vedomosti’, 12 June 1998 Chernobyl liquidators won their case V.Dziuba, Donetsk

 ON THE BOTH SIDES OF PRISON BARS

 More incarcerated, less acquitted Aleksandr Bukalov, Donetsk Again drugs PR center of the Ministry of Interior Skirmish in the night V.Vyunik, Kharkov region

ARMY

 Casualties in the peaceful time ‘Den’, No.107, 1998

MASS MEDIA

 Freedom of expression ‘Den’, No.94, 1998 ‘Kievskiye vedomosti’, 11 June 1998

ELECTION-98

 Post-election battles in Odessa Yu.Kornilov, Odessa

MEDICINE

 New Maria Magdalene Our informant

EDUCATION

 School affairs Our informant Schoolchildren lunch in restaurants M.Roginskaya, Kyiv

INTERETHNIC RELATIONS

 Results of sociological polls ‘Den’, No.92, 1998 Attitude to US citizens of African and Asiatic origin ‘Grani’, No.23, 1998 What is the future of the Crimea? L.Mashkin

PRACTICE OF HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION

 Another form of human rights protection R.Ivanova, Odessa Soldiers got what they demanded Our informant

CHARITY

 Once a year only Our informant Gypsies get dollars from Switzerland Our informant

MISCELLANIOUS

 Bloodshed in Donetsk A.B., Donetsk Dangerous resort centers of Ukraine After materials of Ukrainian press Easier to build a street … Galina Zakharova, Mariupol Ukraine v. Council of Europe ‘Interfax, Ukraina’ A new fate of the town of Shchelkino P.Yuryev, the Crimea

INFORMATION ON THE SUPREME RADA OF UKRAINE

  Many readers contacted our bulletin asking to publish the composition of several committees of the Rada. In what follows we publish the composition of five committees. Committee of human rights, national minorities and interethnic relations Committee of the freedom of speech and information Committee on legal reforms Committee of legislation for law enforcing and fighting with organized crime and corruption Committee of national security and defense

ADVERTISEMENTS

 New editions in Kharkov Evgen Zakharov, Kharkov

 download  Prava Ludyny October 1998

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