19.04.07 | Myroslav Marynovych
I am inclined to think that in the conclusion given by Vsevolod Rechytsky, an honest lawyer who experiences almost physical pain from the constant disregard for the law, what has emerged triumphant is nonetheless pure legalism, while something crucial and of vital significance remains outside the equation
15.04.07 | Fedir Venislavsky
The author states that given the number of conflicting arguments regarding this Decree, and the undoubted fact that only the Constitutional Court may judge whether or not it complies with the Constitution, a purely formal analysis can be helpful in predicting the likely issues which the Court will consider
13.04.07 | Vsevolod Rechytsky
The author discusses the various arguments given in the Presidential Decree for the dissolution of parliament. He also gives a piercing assessment of the degree to which the constitutional amendments of 2004 are to blame for many of Ukraines ills and why these need to be reviewed as a matter of priority
We are convinced that without taking upon ourselves this indeed terrible load of responsibility for the past, we will find no national consolidation and no revival. As one of the most terrible anniversaries in our shared history approaches, “Memorial” calls on all those who care about the future of our countries and peoples to look back unflinchingly at the past and to try to understand its lessons.