January 24, 2022
Pravda (English: Pravda; Russian: Правда, T. "Truth") is a Russian-language brochure newspaper. In the past, it was the official newspaper of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. Sold 11 million copies a day, it was published on May 5, 1912 in the Russian Empire. But it has spread abroad since January 1911 and became the leading newspaper in the Soviet Union after the October Revolution. The newspaper was an organization of the Communist Party Central Committee from 1912 to 1991 after the collapse of the Soviet Union, Russian President Boris Yeltsin. sold the newspaper to a Greek private business family in 1996, but the same year An internal dispute between the owner and the journalist caused a split. The Communist Party of the Russian Federation owns the Pravda newspaper. But some have branched out to run online newspapers that are not affiliated with the Communist Party of Russia. The Russian court has ruled that the two can continue using the Pravda name.