After eliminating free press & opposition parties in Ukraine, Zelensky begins purge of staffers
Axios: 'Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced on Sunday that he fired the head of Ukraine's domestic security agency and its prosecutor general amid the continued Russian invasion of Ukraine.'
DW: 'Three pro-Russian TV channels have gone off the air in Kyiv after pro-Western President Volodymyr Zelenskiy signed a Ukrainian security council decree imposing sanctions for five years on eight media and TV companies.'
The Week via Yahoo!: 'On Saturday and Sunday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky invoked his emergency powers under martial law to suppress several opposition political parties and implement a "unified information policy." In an address to the nation delivered Sunday, he announced a temporary ban on "any activity" by 11 political parties. The ban includes the Opposition Platform – For Life party, which holds 43 seats in Ukraine's national parliament and is the largest opposition party.'