With regard to the Progressive Socialist Party of Ukraine, the decision was made on June 23.
The Eighth AAC considered the case of political party ban “Progressive Socialist Party of Ukraine”.
How noted in the press service of the court, the meeting took place on June 23.
The court satisfied the claims of the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine. Namely:
- the activities of the political party “Progressive Socialist Party of Ukraine” are prohibited;
- funds and other assets of the party, its regional, city, district organizations, primary cells and other structural formations were transferred to the ownership of the state.
The Progressive Socialist Party of Ukraine filed a counterclaim and demanded that the actions of the Security Service of Ukraine be declared unlawful. The court denied the application.
The Progressive Socialist Party of Ukraine was established in Ukraine on April 20, 1996, and since then it has been headed by Natalia Vitrenko, mother of Yuriy Vitrenko, chairman of the board of NJSC Naftogaz of Ukraine. The party entered parliament once, in 1998.
As UNIAN reported, in Ukraine for a court decision activity of 9 pro-Russian parties banned. Among them are the “Opposition Bloc”, “Socialists”, “Justice and Development”, “Power”, “Ours”, “Vladimir Saldo Bloc”, “Shariy’s Party”, “Opposition Platform – For Life” and “Left Opposition”.