Vladimir Bidyovka comments on Verkhovna Rada ex-deputy’s statement about banning Russian-speaking people from work in Ukraine
The proposal of the ex-deputy of the Verkhovna Rada, Irina Farion, to prohibit the Russian-speaking Ukrainians from working and receiving education in Ukraine is contrary to the Constitution. DPR People’s Council Chairman Vladimir Bidyovka stated this in an interview with RIA Novosti.
“Think about it: the ex-deputy who, I want to believe, at least once in her life had read the Constitution, purposefully calls for committing actions contrary to the articles of this basic Law – to the violation of human rights in the territory of her country. That is, instead of protecting constitutional rights, we observe their gross violation.
It is deeply regrettable that Russian-speaking residents are forced to endure such nationalist attacks, while the notion of “supremacy of the law” in Ukraine is increasingly striving to become non-existent. With such a policy, the desire of people to link their fate with this country risks right reducing,” the Speaker of Parliament said.