Parliament, by adopting laws that reevaluates the history of the country during the Soviet period, in fact, imposes strict censorship of political thought in congruence promoted by Kiev's ideas, according to the explanation of the Department of information and press of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation.
The Verkhovna Rada on Thursday adopted a Law banning the Communist and the national socialist (Nazi) totalitarian regimes in Ukraine and their symbolism. The law also provides that the propaganda of the Communist and national socialist (Nazi) totalitarian regimes and their symbolism is a legal person, a political party, printed mass media is the basis for refusal of registration and stop their activities. On the same day the Parliament passed a Law recognizing " the Organization of Ukrainian nationalists and the Ukrainian insurgent army (UPA) fighters for independence of Ukraine in the twentieth century and provided the right of its members to social guarantees.
"in fact established a rigid censorship of political thought in congruence perverted notions of good and evil promoted by the current Ukrainian authorities. Hiding behind the rhetoric of the struggle for civil rights and freedoms, Ukrainian lawmakers adopted under this acts, directly limiting the realization of the rights to freedom of thought, conscience, opinion and expression ", - reported in the explanations.
The Supreme court of the Russian Federation in November 2014 was included in the list of extremist organizations "Right sector" Ukrainian national Assembly - Ukrainian national self-defense "(UNA-UNSO), the Ukrainian Organization "Brotherhood" and " Trident behalf of Stepan Bandera and the Ukrainian insurgent army (UPA). Full list of banned extremist organizations
The Ukrainian insurgent army was created on 14 October 1942 by the decision of the leadership of the organization of Ukrainian nationalists. The purpose of the UPA was proclaimed the struggle for independence of Ukraine from the Bolsheviks and the Germans. Either way, the leadership of the OUN recommended " not to resort to fighting with large German forces." In 1943, an agreement was reached between the representatives of the 3rd Reich and the OUN, the UPA will have to guard Railways and bridges from Soviet partisans, to support the events of the German occupation authorities. Instead Germany promised to provide arms and ammunition is part of the UPA, and in case of victory of the Nazis over the Soviet Union to allow to make the Ukrainian state under the protectorate of Germany.