More than a quarter of Ukrainians do not support any options for amnesty for crimes in Donbas
This is evidenced by the results of the sociological survey "what Ukrainians know and think about human rights: assessment of changes in 2016-2020" presented on the occasion of the International Human Rights Day during an online presentation, UNIAN reports.
In particular, 25.8% of Ukrainians do not support any options for amnesty for crimes in eastern Ukraine.
Amnesty for all participants in the conflict during the entire period of Russia's armed aggression is supported by 4.5% of respondents. 18.6% of respondents are in favor of amnesty for all participants in the conflict for all time, but only for minor crimes.
Only 2.8% support the amnesty of all participants of armed formations for any crimes during the entire period of the armed aggression of the Russian Federation in Donbas, 7.1%-for the amnesty of all participants of illegal armed formations, but not for serious crimes.
But more than 30% of respondents found it difficult to answer the question about the attitude to a possible amnesty of participants in the events in Donbas.
A nationwide survey on Human Rights was conducted by the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation (DIF) on October 6-19 for UNDP in Ukraine in cooperation with the ZMINA Human Rights Center. A total of 2002 respondents were interviewed using a personal interview method based on a sample representing the adult population of Ukraine, with the exception of territories not controlled by the Government of Ukraine. The sampling error does not exceed 2.2%.