The leader of the Communist party of Ukraine Petro Symonenko considers illegal the decision of the head of the Ministry of justice of Ukraine Pavel Petrenko on the recognition of the inconsistencies of the CPU requirements of the law.
the Ministry of justice of Ukraine on the last working day of the week announced his decision to deprive the Communist party of Ukraine the right to participate in elections at all levels. So, the Communists, most likely, will not be able to participate in the next local elections on October 25. The Communist party called the decision an attempt to deprive voters an alternative to the existing Government.
"From a legal point of view, first, the order of Mr. Petrenko worthless, because they themselves "decommunization laws" to which this order refers, grossly violate the Ukrainian Constitution and international law to ensure that key rights and freedoms of citizens ", - quotes Tuesday message Simonenko press service of the Communist party.
According to the head of the Communists, the order of the Minister of justice to be illegal and because it is beyond the powers of its authority determined by the Statute on the Ministry of justice of Ukraine.
in may in Ukraine entered into force adopted by the Verkhovna Rada in early April, legislation condemning 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 legislation edits and remove inaccuracies. Before the Leader of the Communist party has sought to conduct an examination of anti-discrimination legislation.