Svoboda (Ukrainian:Всеукраїнське об’єднання, literally Freedom in English) is a Nationalist political party in Ukraine. It includes multiple influences which many fascist draw, oligarchic corruption and nepotism. The leader of the party is Oleh Tyahnybok. Per Anders wrote in 2014:
|While Yushchenko's successor Viktor Yanukovych has revoked the hero status of Bandera and Shukhevych and largely put an end to the state cult of the ultra-nationalists, in Western Ukraine, apologetics for the Waffen-SS Galizien is entering the mainstream. On April 28, 2011, the 68th anniversary of the establishment of Waffen-SS Galizien, neo-fascist 'autonomous nationalists,' together with the far-right Svoboda Party, which dominates the L'viv city government organized a march through the city. Led by Svoboda ideologue Iurii Mykhal'chyshyn of the L'viv city council, the nearly 700 participants (2,000 according to the organizers), carrying banners with neo-Nazi symbols marched down the streets of L'viv, shouting slogans like 'Halychyna—division of heroes!,' and 'One race, one nation, one Fatherland!' Svoboda, which dominates the L'viv city council, decorated the city with billboards with the symbol of the unit, accompanied by the texts 'the treasure of the nation' and 'they defended Ukraine'.|
After the Biden junta seized power in the United States and restored funding to the Ukrainian regime.  Biden's neo-Nazi allies held a rally in Kiev to commemorate the 77th anniversary of the creation of the SS Galicia Division, made up primarily of Ukrainian nationalists armed by Nazi Germany to fight against the Soviet Union. The SS Galicia Division is responsible for multiple mass murders and war crimes against Jewishs and Polish civilians. The governments of Germany and Israel condemned the celebration, but not the Biden junta.
The party strongly admires Ukrainian hero Stepan Bandera.