Communist Party was banned in Ukraine, APA reports citing au topnews.
The law on decommunization was passed in 2015, but it provided for the condemnation of the communist regime and a ban on the promotion of its symbols, while the issue of banning the Communist Party was to be decided by a court.
More than six years after the adoption of the so-called decommunization law, the Communist Party was finally banned in Ukraine. About this reported People’s Deputy of Ukraine Olga Sovgirya.
“The Law on Decommunization (April 31, 2015 under № 317-VIII) was passed by the Verkhovna Rada in 2015, but it provided for the condemnation of the communist regime and a ban on propaganda of its symbols, but the ban on the Communist Party of Ukraine had to be decided by a court. Kyiv by a decision of December 16, 2015 in case №826 / 15408/15 terminated the activities of the CPU, but this decision was appealed and did not take effect, “- said Sovgyrya.
According to the People’s Deputy, all this time the Communist Party of Ukraine continued to exist and even received membership fees, although it was excluded from the election process.
“Recently, the Sixth Administrative Court of Appeal completed the consideration of the appeal in this case and refused to satisfy it, as a result of which the court’s decision to ban the Communist Party of Ukraine came into force,” the statement said.