Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky signed a new law on Saturday that bans opposition parties and allows his regime to seize their property.
The law prohibits opposition parties from operating in Ukraine.
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The news was first reported by UKRinform:
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has signed law No. 7172-1 on the introduction of amendments to certain legislative acts of Ukraine regarding a ban on the activity of political parties.
That’s according to the website of the Verkhovna Rada, Ukrinform reports.
The legislation expands the list of grounds for banning a political party through the courts. Relevant grounds are justifying, recognizing as lawful or denying armed aggression against Ukraine, including by presenting armed aggression of the Russian Federation and/or the Republic of Belarus against Ukraine as an internal conflict, civil conflict, or civil war.
It is expected that if a party is banned by the court, its property, funds and other assets become the property of the state.
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