Posts Tagged ‘ lobbying ’

Submit Parliament of Ukraine for Guinness World Records Consideration

Jul 7th, 2011 | By

We, the undersigned, appeal to you with a proposal to submit the Parliament of Ukraine as well as individual MPs for the Guinness World Records consideration in the following categories: “Parliament whose members voted for most absent colleagues during one vote” and “Member of Parliament who voted for most absent colleagues during one vote”.

Ukrainian Canadian Congress calls up on government of Canada to include protection of human rights in free trade talks with Ukraine

Jun 17th, 2011 | By

We urge the Government of Canada to increase pressure on the Ukrainian government to ensure respect for democracy and human rights by making these fundamental principles formal conditions in any Free Trade Agreement

Conservative Members of Parliament Introduce Human Rights Motion on Ukraine in Parliament

Mar 24th, 2011 | By

That the Subcommittee on International Human Rights initiate a study of actions taken by the Government of Ukraine to suppress political dissent, free speech, freedom of the press, and academic freedom in Ukraine.

Canadian Conference in Support of Ukraine (CCSU) Reaching Out to Members of Parliament

Feb 24th, 2011 | By

The Canadian Conference in Support of Ukraine (CCSU) continues to engage MPs in Ottawa and in their ridings with issues of concern to its members and the Ukrainian Canadian community as a whole, as represented by the Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC).

The Maidan Memorandum – The Next Objectives of the Orange Revolution

Oct 3rd, 2005 | By

The Orange Revolution and the election of Viktor Yuschenko as the President provided a significant mandate for the new agenda that is based on principles of democracy, individual freedom, free enterprise, and traditional Ukrainian values.
The Maidan community is calling for a beginning of a large-scale dialog to form THE MAIDAN MEMORANDUM, which would serve as a roadmap to responsible lawmakers and the Government to implement those principles, and which could serve for citizens as an indicator for a progress in doing so, over the next half a decade.