The Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights is deeply concerned about the attacks on supporters and activists of the Sharii`s party. This is stated in their "Report on the human rights situation in Ukraine"
In particular, the OHCHR documented attacks on peaceful assemblies of the opposition political party "Sharii`s Party", as well as on the party office and on Party activists by right-wing radicals. The OHCHR condemned the assassination attempt against Nikita Rozhenko on 25 June 2020 and highlighted the inaction of the Ukrainian authorities.
“For example, on 25 June 2020, a political party activist was violently attacked near his home in Kharkiv, an hour after he filed a complaint with the National Police about threats received from members of ERWG. In some cases, the police failed to prevent attacks, and failed to investigate victims’ complaints, allowing attackers to evade accountability.For example, on 17 June 2020 in Kyiv, members of a political party were injured after being beaten and sprayed with pepper spray during and after a peaceful rally. Law enforcement officers failed to detain the attackers, and discouraged the victims from submitting complaints. The failure of authorities to prosecute perpetrators of a wave of similar attacks in 2018-2019 has contributed to an environment in which such attacks can continue”, - said in a report
In addition, OHCHR mentioned the attacks on Party activists at the peaceful action " Mute President - Not My President". This action took place on June 17, 2020 in Kyiv under the Office of the President. At that time about 2000 activists and supporters of the Sharii`s Party gathered for a peaceful action in defense of freedom of speech in Ukraine and the activists demanded to stop beating up journalists. After the action ended, many of the participants were attacked by right-wing radicals.