Mission of The Interfactional Parliamentary Association “Forbidden to Forbid”

The Interfactional Parliamentary Association “For the Protection of Violated Constitutional Rights of Citizens and Against Political Repression “Forbidden to Forbid” seeks to reveal, examine and prevent violations of the Constitution of Ukraine, laws of Ukraine, and international obligations of Ukraine, manifesting in present-day Ukraine as:

  • discrimination on political grounds,
  • the use of law enforcement agencies in political struggle,
  • the use of administrative and regulatory powers in struggle with political opponents,
  • politically motivated prosecution and discrimination of political party leaders and deputies of various levels using complex schemes designed beyond the scope of applicable legislation, involving officials of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, law enforcement agencies and local state administrations,
  • violation of electoral and other rights of forcibly displaced persons from the ATO area,
  • discrimination based on religion,
  • interference of law enforcement agencies and unidentified armed groups with interreligious disputes,
  • non-judicial prosecution based on political and other grounds,
  • violation of constitutional rights of the Ukrainian citizens, related to preparation, adoption and practice of enforcement of the Law of Ukraine on Government Cleansing,
  • violation of rights to freedom of speech and thought.

Using all lawful ways, the Interfactional Parliamentary Association “For the Protection of Violated Constitutional Rights of Citizens and Against Political Repression “Forbidden to Forbid” will favor restoration of violated constitutional rights of the Ukrainian citizens.

Moreover, there are plans to involve civil society, human rights organizations, including international ones, in public coverage of activities of the Interfactional Parliamentary Association “For the Protection of Violated Constitutional Rights of Citizens and Against Political Repression “Forbidden to Forbid”, as well as to establish an auxiliary public council with participation of specialists and experts concerned.

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