Act on Illegality of the Communist Regime and on Resistance Against It
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The Act on Illegality of the Communist Regime and on Resistance Against It (Czech: Zákon o protiprávnosti komunistického režimu a o odporu proti němu, zákon č. 198/1993 Sb.) is an act passed on July 9, 1993 in the Parliament of the Czech Republic. This act declared the Communist regime in Czechoslovakia (February 25, 1948 – November 17, 1989) as illegal and the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia as a criminal organisation. Most of the act is formulated as a resolution.
The resolution made the Czech Republic the first former Eastern Bloc country or successor state to officially condemn its Communist regime.
- Political Freedoms and Democratically Elected Institutions in Czech Republic, European Commission, 18/07/2013
- Full text of the act (Czech)
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