The Communist Party has been finally banned in Ukraine

The Supreme Administrative Court has confirmed the validity of ban on the Communist Party of Ukraine (CPU), according to the press service of the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine.

The Ministry has noted that the Supreme Administrative Court refused to open appeal proceedings following the appeal by CPU, which tried to judicially challenge the Legal Conclusion of the Commission on Implementation of the Act on Condemnation of Communist and National Socialist (Nazi) Totalitarian Regimes in Ukraine and Ban on Propaganda of their Insignia”.

This Conclusion has ascertained the incompatibility of activity, name, and insignia of the Communist Party of Ukraine with the requirements of Ukrainian legislation”, the notification says.

The Supreme Administrative Court has determined that “the appeal is unwarranted and the arguments laid down therein do not merit the necessity to review the case files, since the applicant provides no grounds to believe that the Court misconstrued the norms of substantive or procedural law”.

This ruling of the Supreme Administrative Court of Ukraine is non-appealable.

Thus, the Administrative Courts have arrived at the conclusion that the arguments of representatives and attorneys of the Communist Party of Ukraine are invalid, which means the final confirmation of validity of the aforementioned Legal Conclusion and accordingly – the ban on CPU.


Source: UNIAN

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