Meaning of decommunization in English:



(also British decommunisation)

See decommunize

‘Poland has not gone through a thorough decommunisation process since the fall of the regime 18 years ago.’
  • ‘On the right, there is general dismay over the slow pace of decommunisation and the emergence of corrupt links between politics and business.’
  • ‘The issue of decommunization reflects most seriously the dilemma of defining and introducing new rules of post-communist politics.’
  • ‘Historical analogies with denazification and decommunization abounded.’
  • ‘The government has an active right-wing agenda, focusing on decommunisation and lustration (political purification).’