- Oct 14, 2007
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No Ivan.....If you know any country – except modern Ukraine - where national minorities are divided into categories, some of which have more rights and others have less rights, please tell the name of such a country.
There was such a division in Nazi Germany where, for example, the Danish minority had all rights, the Lusatian Slavic minority had less right than Danes, and the Jewish minority had less right than Lusatians.
And we see the same pyramid in modern Ukraine when we consider the Ukrainian Law on Secondary Education.
For example, ethnic Crimean Tatars have more rights to use their native language – the Tatar language – during the education in state schools; ethnic Hungarians have less rights than Crimean Tatars to use their native language – the Hungarian – during the education; and ethnic Russians have less rights to use their native language – the Russian - than Hungarians.
Therefore, I ask the following question - Isn’t the Ukrainian Law on Secondary Education similar to Nazi laws?