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Tag Archives: KPU
CAMPAIGNERS rallied outside the Ukrainian embassy yesterday [January 19] in protest at Kiev’s ban on communist politics. [Morning Star report]
Four members of the British parliament, two Labour and two SNP, have tabled an Early Day Motion to raise concerns about the banning of the Ukrainian Communist Party. The motion calls on the UK government to raise the issue with the … Continue reading
As a culmination of a campaign of legal harassment and physical attacks which started with the victory of the Maidan movement in February 2014, on December 16, the District Administrative Court of Kiev banned the Communist Party of Ukraine.
On the night of June 13, armed and masked paramilitary thugs from the Right Sector, Automaidan and Maidan Self-Defence occupied the Odessa regional office of the Communist Party of Ukraine (KPU).
On April 17, the Ivano-Frankivsk regional council voted to ban the Communist Party, the Opposition Block, the Party of the Regions and the Party of Ukraine “as contrary to the national interest and for violation of the rights and freedoms … Continue reading
The Communist Party of Ukraine can be disbanded in accordance with the law on “decommunisation” and without a court order.
After recent the passing of the “decommunisation” laws by the Ukrainian Parliament, the authorities have banned the Communist Party from marching on May Day in Kharkiv and Kyiv.
As part of a renewed offensive to ban the Communist Party which has included questioning of its general secretary Symonenko, the Ukrainian Security Service SBU raided the Regional offices of the party in Nikolaev on April 23.
On the night of 10 January 11 masked thugs smashed a window and threw a molotov cocktail at the offices of the Svyatoshinskiy district of the Communist Party. Responsibility for the attack was claimed by fascists of the “Revenge” organisation on … Continue reading
In the evening of December 10, a group of about 20 balaclava-clad neo-nazi thugs armed with iron rods, hammers and police truncheons attacked the offices of the Shevchenko Disctrict Committee of Communist Party of Ukraine in Kyiv. As a result one … Continue reading