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Court opens case on lawsuit of Communist Party leader against Justice Ministry

In April 2015, the Ukrainian Parliament passed the package of laws that banned the party; later, the Ministry stripped it of the right to act within the political process in Ukraine
12:10, 5 August 2019

The head of the Communist Party of Ukraine Petro Symonenko
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Kyiv's district administrative court opened the case on the lawsuit of Communist Party leader Petro Symonenko. The head of the banned political movement sued the Justice Ministry, the press office of the court reports. 

The case will be considered by the rules of the simplified lawsuit procedure without the parties being summoned. 

Symonenko and his Communist Party filed the lawsuit about canceling the Ministry's order in July.

Related: Court rejects suit of Communist Party of Ukraine against Central Election Committee

In April 2015, the Ukrainian Parliament passed the package of laws that banned the party. That included the law on condemning the Communist and the Nazi totalitarian regimes in Ukraine and the ban on propaganda of their symbols".

The Justice Ministry stripped the Party of the right to act within the political process in Ukraine.

Related: Central Election Committee refused registering Communists for snap parliamentary elections in Ukraine

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