The Communist Party of Ukraine (CPU) informed about the recent anticommunist law targeting "communist propaganda" by Ukrainian parliament.
ICP, 27 October 2016
The Communist Party of Ukraine (CPU) informed about the recent anticommunist law passed by Ukrainian parliament. The law targets media contents including "communist propaganda" or a positive image of the Soviet bodies. According to the statement by the CPU, "on amendments to some laws of Ukraine to restrict access to the Ukrainian market of foreign printed materials with the content of anti-Ukrainian content", mainly targets the media broadcast form Russia and unilaterally independent Donetsk and Luhans oblasts, containing communist "propaganda" or promotion of Soviet State bodies.
Kiev government has taken similar decisions recently. A TV channel broadcasting CPU leader Symonenko's speech was suspended by the government.