CPU evaluates the situation in Ukraine and lists the urgent tasks

The Communist Party of Ukraine (CPU) released a detailed report analyzing the current situation in Ukraine and proposing concrete steps in order to prevent "destruction of Ukrainian statehood."

ICP, 5 December 2016

The Presidium of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Ukraine (CPU) released a detailed report on the situation in Ukraine. The report  includes some concrete steps proposed in order to overcome the political crisis.

In the first part of the report, the three years of the current regime of Ukraine, which is described as the "power of the the comprador nationalistic-oligarch" regime, and it's action were reviewed. The costs of three years of economic, political and ideological aggressiveness against the people of Ukraine were pointed out. According to the CPU, the three years of policies such as glorification of the Nazism; the aggression against the communist past, ideology and the Party; the war against the people of Donetsk and Luhansk and frictions between Russian Federation sweeped the country into almost a total disaster.

In the second part of the report the CPU describes some urgent tasks in order to overcome the current crisis. These tasks are stated as:

"Ending the war on Donbass region and resettle relations with Russian Federation;

a neutral and nonaligned status in the international relations;

participating both the EU and the Eurasian Union in to the debates about the overcoming the economic crises in the country;

restructuring the state form of Ukraine as a federalist system and determination of the special status of Donetsk and Lugansk regions accordingly;

a new electoral law that discards the current mixed electoral system and promote the proportional system;

increasing the power of the parliament and abolition of the presidency;

elimination of the illegal armed units; prevention of rewriting the history;

and reviewing the laws on decommunization and bringing them into conformance with the "democratic practice of the European states."