The newly appointed by Crimean Parliament Prime Minister Sergey Aksyonov noted that the planned for March 30 referendum may be held before that date. He said this to media during the press conference in Simferopol.
To recall, the date of the all-Crimean referendum has been changed twice already. At first, the referendum was set for May 25; later moved to March 30.
The question to be asked at the referendum is: “The Autonomous Republic of Crimea has a state independence and is part of Ukraine on the basis of treaties and agreements”. The suggested answers are “yes” and “no”.
The Crimean Parliament is to develop and approve the order and organization of the referendum.
The Parliament is also mandated to carry out financial and logistics provision for the referendum.
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