The Voice of Russia: Neo-Nazism should not pass in Ukraine

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Dec. 12, 2012, 10:15 a.m. | Ukraine | Politics — by The Voice of Russia

Oleh Tyahnybok, the leader of Svoboda, pictured at a press conference in Kyiv, Oct. 29. Not since the Second World War has "an openly Nazi-based party" entered a parliament in Europe, writes the Voice of Russia.
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The first session of Ukraine’s newly elected Parliament (The Supreme Rada) will take place on December 12. The event will be marked by the presence of 37 members of “Svoboda”, previously known as the “Social National Ukrainian Party”. This was clearly outlined by veteran of Neo-Nazi movement in Ukraine, activist Bohdan Chervak: "With its membership, nationalists in the Ukrainian parliament will covertly represent Eugene Konovalets, Andrew Melnyk, Stepan Bandera, Roman Shukhevych, Oleg Olzhych, Elena Teliga”.

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