Crimea public prosecution office investigates house-checks of Crimean Tatars in Simferopol
Crimea public prosecution office starts prejudicial investigation of last week searches and arrests
On May 26 Russian power structures representatives carried on irregular migrants operation. During this operation they made a search of Tatars' houses and markets. Then Tatars were taken to Department for Countering Extremism until night without any food and the right to call a lawyer, reports “Radio Svoboda”.
Crimean press service featured that these actions - illegal deprivation of freedom, illegal entry of a dwelling, and violation of the right of protection - are of criminal nature.
Prosecutor's office asserted that imprisonment for 5 years is the most suitable punishment for these actions.
Ukrainian government and world community regularly urge Russia to stop purges in the annexed Crimea.
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