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Crimean “Parliament” to confer upon Putin the freedom of Sevastopol
18:12, 27 May 2016
Crimean “Parliament” to confer upon Putin the freedom of Sevastopol

The issue to be considered on May 31

18:12, 27 May 2016

korrespondent.net

The so-called “assembly” of Sevastopol in Russian-annexed Crimea will consider the question about conferring upon Russian leader Putin the freedom of the city. Alexandr Kulagin, Deputy Head of the “assembly”, reported this as quoted by TASS.

At least 13 of 24 MPs will have to support the respective bill.

Apart from Putin, the titles of “honorary citizens” might be awarded by Sergei Naryshkin and Valentina Matvienko, the heads of both chambers of the Russian Parliament.

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