Simferopol court to stall hearings into February 26 case, - Smedlyayev

Source : 112 Ukraine

The investigation lack evidence against Crimean Tatars who tried to prevent annexation of Crimea, - Head of Central Election Committee of Qurultay of Crimean Tatars
12:13, 13 January 2017

Judges of the Central district court of Simferopol in Crimea will be dragging the court hearings into the February 26 case; that is due to the lack of evidence against the defendants. Zair Smedlyayev, the Head of Central Election Committee of Qurultay of Crimean Tatars, said this on air at 112 Ukraine TV channel.  

‘Most likely, this situation will be stalled; there’s absolutely no proof of the defendants’ guilt,’ Smedlyayev said.

As 112 International reported, Akhtem Chyigoz, one of the key leaders of Crimean Tatars, is charged with organization and support of ‘mass disturbances near the Crimean Parliament on February 26, 2014.’ Many more Crimean Tatar activists were charged with joining the mass protests, however they deny any guilt.

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