bill guarantees the free use of Russian, Belarusian, Bulgarian, Armenian, Yiddish, Crimean Tatar, Moldovan, German, Gagauz, Polish, Modern Greek, Romanian, Roma, Slovak, Hungarian, Karaite and Krymchak and Ruthenian languages.Thus, paragraph 1 of Article 6 of the draft provides for the continuation of the state status of the Ukrainian language.
Article 11 of the new law states that the acts of local authorities and local self-government should be taken and published in the official language in areas where common regional languages - in both.According to Article 13 in the passport of the citizen of Ukraine shall enter the information about the holder in the official language or two, at the request of a citizen.The same applies to education documents.
According to article 20 all citizens of Ukraine have the
right to education at the national or regional language (within the territory where it is distributed).Action article relate to preschool, obschesrednih, vocational and higher education institutions.Subject to the availability of sufficient number of applications from parents or students of educational institutions need to create separate groups or classes in which the training will be conducted in another language.
Article 24 of the bill stipulates that broadcasting may be carried out both in Ukrainian and regional languages at the discretion of broadcasters.Language print media established by their founders.
Article 28 every citizen of Ukraine stipulates the right to use your name, surname and patronymic of the mother tongue.Recording this data in any official documents with the prior approval of the citizen.
Ukrainian language is the only language in the military formations of Ukraine (Article 29).Agreement and cartographic publications, in accordance with Articles 19 and 27, should be drawn up in the official language.