Ex-deputy chairman of Mejlis, deputy speaker of Crimean Parliament Remzi Ilyasov, has initiated creation of “Qirim” civil organization that will cooperate with local and federal authorities to resolve issues of Crimean Tatars.
Commenting the situation, leader of Crimean Tatar people Mustafa Jemilev said the organization “will be in garbage can”.
“After a while it [the Qirim organization] will be in a garbage can. We should not attach importance to it. Our people are ripe in politics so we’ve already come through this”- Jemilev said to Krym.realii.
Meanwhile there are some Mejlis members who see creation of “Qirim” as an attempt to create an alternative to representative-executive body of Crimean Tatars, amid Remzi Ilyasov denies the charge.
To recall, Head of Crimea Sergey Aksyonov earlier announced he would not communicate with the Mejlis until this organization is officially registered.
Deputy Head of the Mejlis Akhtem Chiyhoz announced the Mejlis would not register as a civil organization, saying “it is unacceptable to put the Mejlis--representative body of Crimean Tatars-- in the same category with civil organizations”
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