91 deputies accused under the 'illegal referendum' case: Crimean Prosecutor's Office | QHA media
18 March 2020, 19:13

91 deputies accused under the 'illegal referendum' case: Crimean Prosecutor's Office

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The Prosecutor’s Office of the Crimean Autonomous Republic, which started operating in the mainland of Ukraine following the occupation of the Crimea by Russia, filed charges against 91 former deputies of Crimean Parliament and Akyar (Sevastopol) Legislative Assembly, who voted to hold the so-called referendum.

The prosecution reported that the court ruling on the two former deputies of the Crimean Parliament has been announced and that they sentenced to 12 and 14 years of imprisonment.

Also, the prosecutor’s office ordered a search warrant against the so-called President of the Crimean Republic Election Commission and one of its so-called members who supported the organization and execution of the so-called referendum, accusing them in the framework of “to betray the state, to intend to harm the territorial integrity and immunity of Ukraine, to take actions aimed at seizing state power.”