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Russian law enforcers search Crimean Tatars’ houses in Bakhchysarai
09:22, 13 April 2017
Russian law enforcers search Crimean Tatars’ houses in Bakhchysarai

“The roads are blocked by the patrol service most likely so that people do not gather for support,” the journalist wrote

09:22, 13 April 2017

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Russian law enforcers search Crimean Tatars’ houses in the annexed Bakhchysarai. This was reported by the head of Central Elections Commission of Kurultai Zair Smedlyaev.

“In 7th micro-district of Bakhchysarai, Seidamet Mustafaev's house is searched,” he wrote.

The same information was reported by journalist Shevket Namatullaev, he published the video.

“The morning of Crimean Tatars in Bakhchysarai began with searches again. Armed Russian law enforcers broke into the houses of Seidamet Mustafaev and Riza Muzhdabaev, who live in 6th and 7th micro-districts. Russian law enforcers do not explain the purpose of their early visit to the neighbors. The roads are blocked by the road patrol police most likely, so that people do not come to support the guys. And those who will come anyway can be detained for not obeying the “legitimate” demand of the policemen,” he commented.

Related: Deputy leader of Mejlis of Crimean Tatars summoned for interview

Earlier it was reported that two Crimean Tatars were detained in Crimea after searches, according to Umerov. "They will, apparently, get 4 - 5 people detained, then announce one of them an organizer, others shall be called the members," he said.

Related: Crimean Tatars: the endless pressure

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