Crimean civil organization “Qirim Birligi” is supported by 50% of Crimean Tatar population, another 50% supports the Mejlis.
Leader of “Qirim Birligi” organization Seitumer Nimetullaev announced this Oct 23 during a press-conference in Simferopol.
“After the Parliament election held in Crimea Sept 14, Crimean Tatar population divided to those who support “Qirim Birligi” and those who support the Mejlis of Crimean Tatar people. Day after day people understand that we should leave, there is no another way. Our children are born, are growing and studying and I will do my best to make us [Crimean Tatars] live better than we lived”- Nimetullaev said.
“Qirim Birligi” organization is well known in Crimea for its opposition to Mejlis of Crimean Tatar people.
Vice-speaker of Crimean Parliament Remzi Ilyasov has initiated creation of “Qirim” civil organization to cooperate with local and federal authorities to settle Crimean Tatar issues.
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