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Polish Communists' Statement on Ukraine Signed by Forty Communist Parties

Author: Ayre от 5.08.2014, 19:21
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"The recent dramatic developments in Ukraine do not constitute the “victory of democracy”, as it is being described by the mass media of the USA and the EU, but is a dangerous development, above all for the people of Ukraine themselves", says the statement proposed by Communist Party of Poland.

The document reflecting Polish communists' attitude to the situation in Ukraine was signed by representatives of 40 communist parties around the world, including Russian, British, French, German and Canadian.

"Reactionary political forces, ideological descendents of the Nazis, have risen to the (Ukrainian) political “surface” with the assistance of the EU and the USA. These are forces which apart from destroying the offices of their opponents, are planning political persecutions, and the banning of parties, above all against the communists, and even racist legislation at the expense of the Russian-speaking population", says the document. The Polish communists believe that the same has been in force for the last 20 years in Baltic countries with the blatant political support of the EU.

Since April, the authorities in Kiev carry out a punitive operation in eastern Ukraine against the local residents who do not support February coup. Moscow condemns this special operation, that has already resulted in numerous casualties on both sides including civilians, and urges Kiev to stop it immediately.

During a parliamentary session on July 24, Oleksandr Turchynov, the speaker of Ukrainian parliament, announced the dissolution of the Communist Party faction in the Verkhovna Rada. The communists have repeatedly called the authorities' intention to prohibit the party as political lynching against the opponents. The representatives of Communist Party of Ukraine strictly oppose the current government and constantly criticize their decisions.

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