Holding elections in occupied territories is kind of time bomb, - ex-MP
This could be precedent for other regions of Ukraine, which will also require separate elections
Holding elections in the occupied territories is a kind of a time bomb for Ukraine, said former MP Olexander Myrnyi in his interview on "112 Ukraine" TV Channel.
"First, we need to adopt a law on this issue. It will be interesting to look at the people in Parliament who will vote for it," - said Myrnyi.
"We can't hold elections for a special law for certain areas of the Donetsk and Lugansk regions. In fact, with such actions we'll open" Pandora's box "or bomb. Then, there are Romanian regions, further there are even Ukrainian regions, which will also require their elections legally. Such precedent should not be allowed ", - says ex-MP.
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