Komsomol of Ukraine
Komsomol of Ukraine, officially Lenin's Communist Society of Youth of Ukraine (Ukrainian: Ле́нінська Комуністи́чна Спі́лка Мо́лоді Украї́ни), is a revived All-Ukrainian youth organization that was reestablished in 1997 as a youth wing of the Communist Party of Ukraine.
Ле́нінська Комуністи́чна Спі́лка Мо́лоді Украї́ни (ЛКСМУ)
|Motto||For the rights of youth, public rule, socialism!|
|Formation||26 June 1919|
|Communist Party of Ukraine and|
Komsomol Central Committee
|Affiliations||Molod Ukrayiny (1991)|
The Komsomol in Ukraine was established on June 26, 1919. In the Soviet Union such organization existed in 1919–1991. It was dissolved after the Communist Party of Ukraine was prohibited in Ukraine. It was revived in 1997. The original publishing newspaper was Molod Ukrayiny (1925–1991).
In 2011 with the support from the Communist Party of Ukraine and the Ministry of Education and Science, Komsomol initiated a process on revival of the Pioneer Organization of Ukraine. The base of such organization will be a reformed ideology of Children Communist. It currently a member of the Left Opposition, as is its mother party.
Leaders of KomsomolEdit
- "Communists and Orthodox united in the "Left Opposition"". Religion in Ukraine (in Russian). 17 June 2015. Retrieved 13 May 2018.
- Official website
- Resolution of the Supreme Council of Ukraine "About the 85th Anniversary of Komsomol of Ukraine and enforcing the role of youth public organization in development of relationship with the youth
- Official website of the Pioneer Organization of Ukraine
- Interview of the last leader of Komsomol to the weekly "Events and people". by Irina Golotyuk in 2008