Kyiv Civil Activists

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Kyiv Civil Activists
Громадський актив Києва
Leader Oleksandr Viktorovych Pabat
Founded 2005[1]
Headquarters Kiev
International affiliation None
Colours Orange

Kyiv Civil Activists or Community asset of Kiev (Ukrainian: Громадський актив Києва, Hromadskyi aktyv Kyieva) is a bloc of political parties in the capital of Ukraine, Kiev.


The coalition was founded by Oleksandr Pabat in 2005 as a non-governmental civic activist organization.[1] During the 2008 local election the party won 5.95% of the votes and 8 seats in the Kiev City Council. One candidate was removed from the election list in relation the possible involvement in the washing of "dirty money".[2]

Faction leader Oleksandr Pabat[3] is a self-nominated candidate in the 2010 Ukrainian presidential election.[4][5] In 2009 Pabat initiated the Peoples' Salvation Army.[6]

In the 2014 Kiev local election the party did not win any seats.[7]

Bloc at Kiev city elections[edit]

In the 2008 local election Kyiv Civil Activists had the following composition: