Crimean MP, Lentun Bezaziyev put on agenda the question on repeal of decree on appointing Lenur Islyamov acting deputy premier of Crimea.
“We were wrong. It is wrong to combine business with government service. It was a mistake. We should appoint a professional, who will settle the issues of Crimean Tatar and other peoples with responsibility” – Bezaziyev noted.
Deputy chairman of Crimean Parliament Grigory Yoffe also commented the decision:
“The fact is Russian President has signed a decree on rehabilitation of repressed people. In order to carry out this decree one should be sure that this document is special for Crimea. Due to his [Lenur Islyamov’s,-ed.] political commitment he will not do his best, to carry out this decree. That is why another person should be appointed for this post.”- he said.
In turn, Lenur Islyamov refused to comment the situation.
To recall, April 2, Crimean Parliament appointed Lenur Islyamov, Crimean Tatar businessman, owner of the first Crimean Tatar TV Channel ATR, vice premier of Crimea.
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