RF is bringing Russians to Crimea to have as many people loyal to the authorities as possible. Soon, there will be an FSB officer on every citizen in the Crimea.
The coordinator of the Crimean Human Rights Group Olga Skrypnyk made a corresponding statement within the framework of the marathon of Crimea. Reality Radio "One Hundred Days of Broadcasting in Crimea".
According to the human rights activist, the command of the police, the FSB, the army on the annexed peninsula noted they were not from the Crimea.
“Russia knows perfectly well that nobody wanted it in the Crimea. Rallies in February-March 2014, anti-war and pro-Ukrainian ones, indicate that people did not want this. Therefore, Russia needs to remove all those who spoil the myth of a "happy referendum," Skrypnyk said.
According to human rights activist, in 2014-2015, mainly rallies associated with something openly Ukrainian were dispersed, but in 2016-2017, even the pro-Russian actions are dispersed as well.
"People may support Putin and the occupation, but they want to oppose local corruption, economic problems, building up the embankment - they are also dispersed in exactly the same way. No one is immune to the persecution machine. You can support Putin, but if you said something against the fact that utility payments are growing - you can also face some sort of administrative penalty, only because you will be an illustration of the fact that everything is not so good in the Crimea, no Putin on the blue helicopter, no promised bridges and salaries," she said.
Meanwhile it became known that the Crimean Tatar activist Asan Chapukh, who is suspected of alleged extortion, went on a hunger strike.
QHA reported that Asan Chapukh's health condition remains critical and continues to deteriorate. Journalist Anton Naumlyuk notes that lawyers are preparing an appeal to the European Court of Human Rights under Article 39 of the ECHR Rules, according to which the state must provide measures that prohibit actions "due to which the applicant can suffer, or vice versa, do something that would cease causing irreparable and significant harm to the applicant. "
Source: Crimean Human Rights group