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Mar 20

Ukranian government bans 11 opposition parties for ‘obstructing unity’

Even as government officials in the US and NATO move to militarily support Ukraine, the Ukranian government has suspended the activities of almost a dozen opposition parties, including the second-largest party in the Ukranian Parliament. These suspensions will be indefinite,
“for as long as the conflict with Russia continues,” according to Infowars.

“Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced the decision of the country’s National Security and Defense Council (NSDC) on Sunday.”

“Any activity of politicians aimed at division and collaboration won’t be successful, but will instead be faced with a harsh response,” the president warned.

A total of 11 parties were blacklisted, including Opposition Platform – For Life, which is the second-biggest in the Verkhovna Rada with 39 seats; Party of Shariy, founded by harsh critic of the Kiev authorities, blogger Anatoly Shariy; and Nashi party, headed by Evgeniy Murayev.