The criminal case on the organization of mass disorders that took place outside the Crimean Parliament on February 26, 2014, was sent to the court, press service of the Crimean Prosecutor’s Office reports.
“Natalia Poklonskaya, Prosecutor of the Republic of Crimea, approved the criminal case indictment against Ahtem Chiygoz, Eskender Kantemirov, Eskender Emirvaliev, Mustafa Degermendzhy, Ali Asanov, Arsen Yunusov,” says the statement.
It is noted that Natalia Poklonskaya ‘Prosecutor of Crimea’, will personally support the state prosecution in criminal case at the court.
Ahtem Chiygo is accused of committing a crime under Part 1, Art. 212 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (organization of mass disorders accompanied by violence and destruction of property), and the others – of committing a crime under Part 1, Art. 212 of the Criminal Code of the RF (participation in mass disorders).
It was reported earlier that a rally in support of the territorial integrity of Ukraine was held outside the Crimean Parliament on February 26, 2014. At the same time, there was held a pro-Russian rally led by Sergei Aksenov, the then-head of the Russian Unity party.
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