The statements of the so-called "Prime Minister" of Crimea Sergei Aksyonov on the need to change the state system in Russia have signs of a crime, a Crimean edition reported citing a source in the Investigation Committee of the Russian Federation.
However, an Investigation Committee official noted that without the Kremlin's order, the department will not initiate any criminal proceedings.
“Aksyonov's remarks about the change of the form of government fall under a number of articles of the RF criminal code, but, as we all understand, without the order from above, no one will conduct any investigation or prosecution.”
In particular, it was noted that the proposals of the "Prime Minister" reliably fall under article 280 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (Public Appeals for Extremist Activity), which provides for maximum punishment of up to four years of imprisonment.
Earlier, QHA reported that the Kremlin-appointed "Head" of the Crimea Sergei Aksyonov is convinced that the Russian Federation needs a new form of government - a monarchy, and that the life-long place of the monarch should be occupied by the incumbent President Vladimir Putin Thus, Aksyonov called for a non-violent change in the state system.
Previously, in an interview for a Ukrainian TV channel, Russian lawyer Nikolai Polozov noted that in political cases, the Russian Federation courts comply with all orders of the authorities, and all sentences are provided in advance in the Kremlin.