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Ukraine says “goodbye” to Communist party
18:53, 24 July 2015
Ukraine says “goodbye” to Communist party

Ministry of Justice issued an act meaning three Ukrainian communist parties lose their ability to participate in political life, including elections

18:53, 24 July 2015

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“Today is a day of historical justice. Today, the Minister of Justice, following the previously adopted law, has signed an act, according to which the Communist parties, registered in our country, lose the right to be subjects of the political and electoral process,” stated the Head of the National Security Council of Ukraine Olexander Turchynov during briefing, Interfax.
Ukraine’s justice minister, Pavlo Petrenko, declared: “I have signed three orders in that the Communist Party, in particular in its actions, in the name, in the symbols, the statute and the program violates the national law "On the condemnation of the Communist and National Socialist totalitarian regimes in Ukraine." Legal consequences is that this political force and 2 other Communist Party ["Updated Communist Party", "Communist Party of the Ukrainian workers and peasants"] cannot be the subjects of the electoral process and cannot participate in local, national and presidential elections”.
As was reported before, April 9 Verkhovna Rada supported the package of laws on “decomunization”. In particular, MPs voted for the law "On the condemnation of the Communist and National Socialist (Nazi) totalitarian regimes in Ukraine and their symbols promotion ban."
Local elections in Ukraine will take place on October 25.

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