Parliament and the President boldly and wittingly violate the constitutional rights of citizens of Ukraine

At the end of November this year, according to the provisions of the current Constitution, citizens Petro Symonenko, Vasiliy Sirenko and Georgy Kryuchkov appealed to the Constitutional Court of Ukraine for compliance of the Law of Ukraine “On conviction and national-communist socialist (Nazi) totalitarian regimes in Ukraine and the prohibition of their propaganda symbols” of April 9, 2015 № 317-VIII (decommunization Law) with the Constitution of Ukraine (constitutionality).

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Another anticommunist law by Kiev

The Communist Party of Ukraine (CPU) informed about the recent anticommunist law passed by Ukrainian parliament. The law targets media contents including »communist propaganda« or a positive image of the Soviet bodies. According to the statement by the CPU, »on amendments to some laws of Ukraine to restrict access to the Ukrainian market of foreign printed materials with the content of anti-Ukrainian content«, mainly targets the media broadcast form Russia and unilaterally independent Donetsk and Lugansk oblasts, containing communist »propaganda« or promotion of Soviet State bodies.

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War against monuments in Ukraine

The Communist Party of Ukraine notes that in a number of settlements of our country radical criminal nationalists, encouraged by the ruling Nationalistic-oligarchic regime that came to power after the unconstitutional coup in February 2014, started a war against monuments to a Soviet Soldiers, Partisans and Underground Fighters killed during World War II. This is contrary to the UN resolutions that condemn desecration of monuments to the fighters against fascism, contrary to the Convention for the Protection of the Architectural Heritage of Europe, signed by most European countries, it is…

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Statement of the Communist Party of Ukraine

July 24, 2015 the Minister of Justice just before the local elections in the autumn this year, has signed an order excluding three communist parties (including the Communist Party of Ukraine, CPU), from the electoral process. Signing this decision to prohibit all communist parties to take part in the electoral process in the country, the government deprives Ukrainians of the possibility to support the leftist ideas and the right to elect, forbids people to have an alternative and forbids to have their representatives in the parliament and thus through them…

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