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The Refugees Definition: Ukraine & Syria.

posted Feb 12, 2016, 3:33 PM by Olexiy Fesenko   [ updated Feb 12, 2016, 3:36 PM ]

Why the People in Ukraine and Syria are the ‘source of sovereignty or power’ failed to prove their capacity?


Jumping the gun into the globalization process is feet out of the ground for the many, the long path of migration from Ukraine to Russia and from Syria to the European countries.

Therefore, the updated definition of the term ‘refugee’ can stand for the people having no adaptation to the needs of the global markets.


    The Syrian Constitution of 1973 "stipulates that the people are the ultimate source of national sovereignty" (United Nations, 2004, p.5). According to the Article 5 of Constitution of Ukraine "The people are the bearers of sovereignty and the only source of power in Ukraine" (Constitutional Court of Ukraine, 1996, Ch.5). Both the Syrian and the Ukrainian Constitutions defined the people as the source of sovereignty or the bearers of sovereignty and source of power. Can these sources flow in the Age of Globalization without the feather in their cap?

    In our time, the skills are the subjects of outsourcing and can easily flow from the smaller countries providers to the well-developed global economies. The only thing that you need is the Internet connection, computer, and your skills. Globalization is the time, opportunity and the condition, when the flows of capital, goods and competencies can build up into the life balance and security. But, being proclaimed as a source of something, as the grass roots are not enough to meet the modern and real-time demands.

    What skills do these people need to serve the global market, instead of the gray area? – The competitive skills, of course! Regrettably the ‘talent pool’ in Ukraine and Syria has an adverse correlation to the globalization process is still in the bottleneck fighting the tide against the flows of talent, skills, and knowledge.

    Jumping the gun into the globalization process is feet out of the ground for the many, the long path of migration from Ukraine to Russia and from Syria to the European countries.

    Therefore, the updated definition of the term ‘refugee’ can stand for the people having no adaptation to the needs of the global markets.

References

Constitutional Court of Ukraine. (28 June 1996).Constitution of Ukraine. Ch.5. Ukraine is Republic. Retrieved from www.ccu.gov.ua/doccatalog/document?id=12084

United Nations. (2004).Syrian Arab Republic: Public Administration Country Profile. Retrieved from http://unpan1.un.org/intradoc/groups/public/documents/un/unpan023183.pdf

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