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Kropyvnytsky judge obliges a "russian world" supporter to learn a song about Bandera by heart

24.05.2022, 10:13
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In Kropyvnytsky, a judge ordered a 19-year-old boy who campaigned for "russian world" to memorize the Ukrainian national anthem, a chapter on the Constitution, a song about Bandera, and the poem "Love Ukraine."

This was reported by Ukrinform with reference to the chairman of the Kirovohrad Regional Council Serhiy Shulha.

In Kropyvnytsky, a judge obliged a 19-year-old boy from Kharkiv who moved to the Kirovohrad region with the start of the russian invasion and began campaigning for "russian world" on social media to memorize: the national anthem of Ukraine, Chapter IX of the Constitution (on territorial organization), the song "Bandera Is Our Father, Our Mother is Ukraine!" and Sosura's poem "Love Ukraine," Shulha wrote on Facebook.

He added that the court ordered the young man to read Mykola Gogol's novel "Taras Bulba" and Anatoliy Dimarov's novel "And there will be people" as a follow-up.

As IMI reported, the SSU exposed a Rivne resident who supported russia's military aggression against Ukraine on Telegram, as well as denied the shelling of housing infrastructure in Kyiv.

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