The Collapse Of Communism In The Soviet — страница 3

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of the USSR stated that the Supreme Soviet of the USSR was to exercise supreme power in the country: to issue laws and to form and dissolve government, to be responsible to the people and to see to it that everyone s constitutional laws are protected. But in real life the Supreme Soviet of the USSR merely rubber stamped the decisions of the top Communist party organs. It was purely decorative to give the Soviet state a resemblance of democracy. Communism has never concealed the fact that it rejects all absolute concepts of morality. It considers morality to be too relative to be a class matter. Depending on the circumstances and the political situation, any act, including murder even the killing of thousands, could be good or bad. In theory the constitution promoted and protected

individual freedoms, in practice it was quite a different story.