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The external situation and internal political pressure makes President Petro Poroshenko to seek a formula of retaining power. This formula is very hard to find in the country experiencing regular takeovers since 2005 and currently living under control of the West that kept the old political elite considerably but also saw a new elite coming, the one spoilt by political limitlessness and under a cover of either the revolution (journalists who came to politics) or of the “trench laws” of the ATO (the military volunteers who were at war).
Human rights phenomenon is one of the “eternal” questions of the human being which means it has to always be in the center of the general dispute. To date, the provisions of human rights protection and adherence have become integral part of the international law’s general sphere (1). But the process of the global civilization transforming into a interrelated global system has once again sparkled a discussion of the human rights definition, the universal views of human rights, their spreading and cultural relativism. These problems have long become one of the key parts on the global agenda.