The leader of the Communist party of Ukraine (CPU) Petro Symonenko said Fins news that he wants to meet with the Commissioner for human rights Valeria Lutkovska on the last working day of the week in connection with the entry into force of the law on decommunization.
the head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko fifteen may signed the law " about the condemnation of the Communist and Nazi regimes ", for example, prohibiting propaganda of Soviet symbols. The document caused a great resonance in society, because it has not been clearly written by the boundaries of its use. The government promised to amend the law changes and remove inaccuracies. Before the leader of the Ukrainian Communists have sought to conduct examination of anti-discrimination law. The Communist party also said that it may appeal to the ECHR.
"We appealed to the Commissioner for human rights MS Lutkovska and quite legally yesterday (Wednesday) sent her this message. Today I agreed with her about the meeting tomorrow morning (Friday) to discuss this issue, " Symonenko said Last news on Thursday.
Symonenko added that the Communist party of Ukraine also sent the Ukrainian Ombudsman decision of the Venice Commission regarding the Moldovan Parliament." There is also similar legislation some time ago, was considered, and the Venice Commission very quickly condemned the anti-democratic and illegitimate actions of the Moldovan Parliament " - drew the attention of the Leader of the Communist party.
before the head of the OSCE on freedom of the media Dunja Mijatovic called adopted by the Verkhovna Rada law on decommunization potential threat to freedom of expression in the media. People's deputies of the Ukrainian party " Opposition bloc has submitted to Parliament a draft law on the abolition of the law. On Wednesday the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine instructed to send the law "about the condemnation of the Communist and Nazi regimes" on the analysis of its use ".