By Anton Shekhovtsov
Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine
On July 1 at 12:00, the Ukrainian neo-Nazi group, Social–National Assembly (SNA) plans to organize riots in Kyiv.
The SNA leadership includes Andriy Biletsky, Ihor Mosiychuk and Oleh Odnorozhenko. Together with other SNA members, they were released from prison, thanks to Oleh Lyashko, after the victory of the Ukrainian revolution as political prisoners, although they had no relation to the revolution itself and ended up in prison (except Odnorozhenko) long before it [took place]. During the revolution, the SNA was formally part of the Right Sector (RS), and Biletsky and Odnorozhenko were even included into the “provid” [governing body] of the RS in March, but many SNA members preferred not be headquartered on the fifth floor of the…
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