The OSCE high Commissioner on national minorities Astrid Thors urged the Authorities of Ukraine to make a special body that would implement reforms, including decentralization, taking into account interests of national communities.
"I continue to urge appropriate Authorities of Ukraine in meetings of the commissioners of minority communities to make a special Executive body. Such a body would be the main point of contact from the state in dialogue with the national minorities of Ukraine and would help to ensure that the government of Ukraine will play an important ongoing reforms, including the reform of decentralization, in close meetings with minority communities, " according to the text of the Torso at the OSCE Permanent Council, received by the media. She stressed that minorities cannot "be excluded or feel excluded" from the decision-making process.
According to SARS, the different national communities of Ukraine the so-called "laws of de -" there are differences. For example, interlocutors pointed to the short terms of execution of the laws, their narrow interpretation, and substantial penalties for their violation.
in may in Ukraine entered into force adopted by the Verkhovna Rada of the law on condemnation of Communist and Nazi regimes, for example, prohibiting propaganda of Soviet symbols. The legislative act also prohibited the public use of symbols of the Communist regime. The document caused a great resonance in society, because it had not clearly written the boundaries of its use. The authorities promised to amend the law changes and to remove inaccuracies.
"Inclusive dialogue on all aspects of the future of Ukraine is obliged to pave the highway to the proceedings with the injustices of the preceding and to the study of history in a climate that will enable the younger generation to reach their own conclusions. Such a dialogue is required to participate in all segments of society and must strive to unite society, not to the creation of new and extension of existing divisions. Such a discussion must respect political pluralism and human rights, including the rights and views of minorities, " said SARS.