The leader of the Communist party of Ukraine Petro Symonenko is likely to be detained and interrogated in arriving at the area of the country, said a spokesman for the SBU Elena Gitlyanskaya at a press conference on Wednesday.
"I think if he will arrive in Ukraine, he will be detained and questioned," said Gitlyanskaya, answering the question about the possibility of bringing to justice Symonenko.
Kyiv authorities began in April 2014 in the East of Ukraine's military operation against the February coup disgruntled residents. In early may, the Ukrainian Communist Leader Petro Symonenko said that if he was the head of the country, " immediately withdrew all troops from the Eastern regions of the country, calling a special operation involving the army to war against the people.
then at that time the Acting President Oleksandr Turchynov has applied to the Ministry of justice with a request to test the activity of the CPU to determine if any of belonging to interact with the militia and in case of confirmation of this without delay to have an impact on its prohibition.
in July, the Minister of justice Pavel Petrenko said about filing office in the District administrative court of Kiev lawsuit to ban the Communist party. The district administrative court of Kiev at the time stopped the proceedings. The Kyiv court of appeal on 24 December overturned the ruling of the District administrative court of Kyiv on the suspension of proceedings under the case of prohibition of the Communist party and sent the case to the trial court For further consideration.
for the past 26 October elections to the Verkhovna Rada the Communist party of Ukraine did not overcome the 5% threshold for the first time in its history was not included in the Parliament.