Crimean court dissolves the rent contract with the Bakhchisaray office of Mejlis of Crimean Tatar people and evicts the Mejlis from the building.
Following decision was made by Crimean court, amid “ignorance of treaty commitments, violations of rent contract payments and insurance of the leased property and using it not on purpose”- reads the statement of Bakhchisaray city administration.
Head of Bakhchisaray Mejlis office Ahtem Chiygoz believes that the incident is nothing but “the repression against Crimean Tatar executive body-- the Mejlis”.
Earlier, Crimean Prime-Minister Sergei Aksyonov said the Mejlis did not exist.
Aksyonov's remarks came days after law enforcement authorities had seized the Mejlis building in the regional capital, Simferopol and had given Mejlis stuff 24 hours to evacuate the building.
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