Crimean Parliament draped with pro-Russian posters again

25 December 2013 12:02
SIMFEROPOL (QHA) - The session hall of the Crimean Parliament displayed a number of pro-Russian posters before the plenary session. The posters included “Yanukovych-Crimea-Russia”, “Crimea is for the Customs Union”, “Bandera will not pass in Crimea” and others, reports QHA correspondent. MP and head of Mejlis of Crimean Tatar people Refat Chubarov expressed concern that the posters were displayed without the permission of the deputies. He noted that such posters contradict the Ukrainian legislature and the President’s course. Chubarov asked the prosecutor’s office to pay attention to it. He also demanded that the posters are removed immediately. The chairman of the Parliament Vladimir Konstantinov asked the deputies to vote whether to leave or remove the posters. The majority raised their hands for leaving the posters as they are.