"The language law fully corresponds with the tenth article of the Constitution, and the speaker Volodymyr Lytvyn confirmed having signed the law," the politician said.
Moreover, according to Kolesnichenko, the law conforms to universal moral principles, as well as the European Charter on regional and minority languages. "The law gives the right, but does not oblige anyone to speak his native language. And it maintains the priority of the Ukrainian language as the state in accordance with the provisions of our Constitution," he added.
According to him, as of today, more than 18 regional and city councils have supported the "language" law. "The fact that we have collected more than one million signatures in support for the language law proves that Ukrainians respect this law," Kolesnichenko said.
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