The Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine has filed an appeal to the District Administrative Court of Kyiv to cancel a number of decisions adopted by Crimean Parliament, Interfax-Ukraine reports.
"The appeal has been lodged with the District Administrative Court in Kyiv to annul a number of unlawful decisions of Parliament of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea. Specifically, these include decisions to pass a no-confidence motion to the Crimean Parliament and terminate its powers, and to appoint Sergey Aksyonov as Crimean Prime Minister, as well as to organize and hold a [local] referendum on changing the status and powers of the autonomous republic," the PGO's press service reported.
To recall, on Feb.27 when Russian armed militants seized Crimean Parliament, Crimean deputies managed to enter the building and elected Sergey Aksyonov Crimean Prime Minister. Deputies also made a decision to conduct referendum on status of Crimea.