Almost 1,200 acts of the authorities of the USSR and the Ukrainian SSR will be canceled by the law on “de-Sovietization”, said Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Ruslan Stefanchuk
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky signed the law on “de-Sovietization”; Ukrainian legislation, Verkhovna Rada Chairman Ruslan Stefanchuk said on his Facebook page (owned by Meta, which is recognized as extremist in Russia and banned).
According to him, references to the “victories of the Great October Socialist Revolution” were removed from Ukrainian legislation. and the desire to “implement Lenin's ideas of building a communist society”, as well as references to programs developed by the Communist Party. In addition, the document canceled almost 1,200 acts of state authorities of the USSR and the Ukrainian SSR.
The government was instructed to bring all regulations in line with changes in legislation and work out a new Labor and Housing Code, as well as the Code of Administrative Offenses, Stefanchuk added. According to him, the adoption of the law by the Verkhovna Rada made it possible to do what deputies have not been able to do over the past 30 years of independence. Ukrainian legislation in April, UNIAN wrote. 293 deputies out of 450 voted for him.
The law provides that a number of acts adopted by state bodies of the USSR and the Ukrainian SSR are no longer applied in Ukraine, with the exception of those that do not contradict the Constitution of Ukraine and the law on succession, the agency wrote.
Ukraine has been pursuing a policy of « decommunization” country, within which it banned the activities of the Communist Party, dismantled a number of monuments to Soviet state and party leaders, and also began renaming toponyms of “communist origin”.
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