May 21, 2022

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The President of Ukraine has banned 11 opposition parties

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  • The President of Ukraine has ordered the suspension of 11 opposition parties

  • Volodymyr Zelensky also controlled the press release that aired on television this Sunday.

  • According to him, the opposition supports Russia and controls the press “for national security”.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky on Sunday ordered the suspension of 11 opposition parties and restrictions on press coverage of television broadcasts. This information from the O Globo newspaper.

The Ukrainian leader used the special powers granted by the country’s martial law to temporarily suspend the activities of shorthand accusations of maintaining friendship with Russia. Most of the affected parties are small and have no parliamentary representation, but one of them, the opposition platform for Life, has 44 seats in the 450-member Ukrainian parliament.

The leader of the acronym, businessman Victor Medvetsuk, has been friends with Russian President Vladimir Putin for more than 20 years. In May, he was placed under house arrest in Ukraine on charges of treason, which was blamed on one of the factors that led to the Russian invasion.

On February 27 this year, he escaped from house arrest. After receiving the threats, he was “taken to a safe place in Kiev,” his lawyer said.

In another decree, Zelensky established the “implementation of integrated information policy in martial law”.

It “is a priority issue of national security, achieved by connecting all national television channels, whose program content translates primarily information and / or analytical information programs into a strategic communication information platform.” , With information marathon 24. Hours a day “.

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Seven channels should be affected. “Zhelensky justifies this action by justifying the direct military occupation of the Russian Federation, the active dissemination of false information by the occupying government, the distortion of information about the Russian Federation’s denial of occupation against Ukraine, and the war.”