Kyrylo Stremousov

Kyrylo Stremousov

A member of the Political Council and Head of the Kherson Regional Organization of the Socialist Party of Ukraine.

Born on May 26, 1976 in the town of Horlivka, Donetsk region.

EDUCATION

1992-1997 – attended Horlivka automobile transport college and graduated as transportation organizer-engineer

2004-2009 attended Chertkiv Institute of Entrepreneurship and Business of Ternopil National Economic University and Kyiv National Trade and Economic University and graduated with a decree in finances.

2010 – studied the philosophy of Marxism and sociology in the University of Costa Rica.

CAREER

1999-2005 – Director of private enterprise Vega involved in international haulage.

2005-2007 – served as state inspector of Henichesk territorial fish protection department of the Azov Basin department of the State Committee of Fishing Industry of Ukraine.

2007-2008 – ran the post of the head of Henichesk and Kerch territorial fish protection departments of the Azov Basin department, head of the headquarters of the Azov Basin department of the State Committee of Fishing Industry of Ukraine.

2008 – served as head of the main current inspectorate of the State Committee of Fishing Industry of Ukraine, head of the Azov Basin department of the State Committee of Fishing Industry of Ukraine.

2009 – the founder and director of Tavria-News agency.

2011-2012 traveled in the United States and Latin America. Over this period wrote and published a book entitled "Memoirs of Motorcyclist."

2012 served as head of "For President of Ukraine" and "Local Initiative" nongovernmental organizations.

Regulations

Basic principles of the activities of the Socialist Party of Ukraine

History

Progress and achievements

The SPU was the initiator of the adoption of the Constitution by the Parliament in 1996. The "Constitutional Night," when parliamentarians worked on the Constitution until the morning, allowed Ukraine to avoid a political crisis - if the Constitution were not adopted, President Leonid Kuchma would have dissolved the Verkhovna Rada and imposed his version of the Framework Law, which granted the president dictatorial powers.                                                                                                                                

The Socialists played a decisive role in frustrating the attempt to implement the results of the referendum held on April 16, 2000 through parliament. Observers stated that during the vote counting, massive violations were committed at the referendum, and the results of the plebiscite were gerrymandered. One of the questions of this referendum was the creation of a two-chamber parliament in Ukraine - this would have created the prerequisites for the transformation of Ukraine into a federal state and the development of regional separatism. The SPU was totally against the approval of the results of the referendum. The events of 2014 proved the rightness of the Socialists.                                                                                                                

In 2000, the Socialist Party released information about Kuchma's involvement in the murder of journalist Georgy Gongadze, as a result of which Kuchma became "non-handshakable" in most Western countries.                                                                                                                        

In December 2004, the SPU became one of the main initiators of the adoption of the constitutional reform by the Verkhovna Rada, which transformed Ukraine from a presidential-parliamentary to the parliamentary-presidential republic.                                                                                                           

In 2004, the party became an associated member of the Socialist International. 

Protests

The SPU was one of the initiators of the "Ukraine without Kuchma" protest movement in December 2000. It failed, but allowed the consolidation of anti-Kuchma political forces, which later played a decisive role in the democratization of the country.

The SPU became an active participant in the "Rise, Ukraine!" movement in September 2002. In the first day so far more than 100,000 people took part in it.                                                                               

In 2004, the SPU became one of the most active participants of the Orange Revolution, which did not allow falsifying the results of the presidential elections and led to the power of democratic forces.

The revival of the party

From 1994 to 2007, the SPU was represented in the parliament by a large number of its members, but in the future the party was not very popular with voters.                                                                

In July 2017, Illia Kyva headed the SPU. He intended to purify the party and strengthen its positions in the "left-wing field." In December 2017, he announced the beginning of the decommunization of the SPU. As a result, ex-party chairman Petro Ustenko and a number of his associates were expelled from the party - they were unveiled in an attempt to sell the party to the Kremlin, as well as in secret negotiations with other political forces that were at odds with the previous arrangements.

During the second stage of the SPU congress held on February 4, 2018 the party proclaimed that the priority for it is patriotism, which implies a complete restoration of Ukraine's control over its territory within the borders of 2013.