The bill provides for the rehabilitation of those inhabitants of the Crimea, who publicly supported the Russian status of the Peninsula in those days, when he was Ukrainian, and received a conviction for separatism.
SEVASTOPOL, 17 Jan. The Governor of Sevastopol Sergey menyaylo has prepared an appeal to the Chairman of the state Duma Sergei Naryshkin with a request to assist in the adoption of the law on rehabilitation of Crimean residents who have suffered for political convictions with the Ukrainian authorities.
As menyaylo reported, a letter will be sent on Monday. According to him, the draft law on rehabilitation of Crimean people who suffered for their political views from the Ukrainian authorities, already prepared.
“Representatives of all political factions in the state Duma approved the draft, and I feel compelled to do everything I can to keep our Crimean patriots have been rehabilitated. I hope that the Chairman of the state Duma, as the vast majority of Russians who share my point of view,” said the Governor of Sevastopol.
Previously Menyailo noted that in the Crimea there are tens of people who from 1992 to 2014, actively and publicly supported the Russian status of the Peninsula. Some of them received a conviction for separatism, which now can’t get a teaching job and public service.
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