Deputy head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs - chief of the Crimean militia Gennady Moskal accesses leaders of the parties to revoke the criminality associated with deputies of the composition of the Parliament of autonomy.
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This is stated in the press service of the militia of the Crimea, posted today the official website of department. Moskal, "expressed the hope that the the next election will Crimeans appropriate assessment that political forces that, despite the bitter experience once again include in their election lists of members of criminality. " Moskal sent a Victor Yushchenko, Tymoshenko, Volodymyr Lytvyn, head of the Secretariat of the head State of Vera Ulyanchenko address "the critical situation" prevailing in the Crimean parliament, where, according to Moskal, "a number of MPs are members of the gangs and criminal authorities have had a negative influence on political and socio-economic processes in the autonomy. " "Among them are notable for their" active position "Alexander Melnik, Igor Lukashev, Nicholas Kotlyarevsky, well known from time to time Crimeans "Gangster of the Crimea." It is still not excluded from the deputies Reuben Aronov, convicted of a crime and attracting at present time to criminal prosecution for robbery, "- said in a statement the press service of the police. According to Moskal, Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Crimea Anatoly Gritsenko, "not only has taken no action to clean up Crimean parliament of criminals, "but also supports such deputies "Close and friendly relations, cover their illegal activities." "Gennady Moskal asks senior government officials do not exercise reception Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada of Crimea, which has recently become a frequent guest at the "high offices" of the central government. Such a meeting with Anatoly Gritsenko, representing part of the discredited in the eyes of local population deputies discredit as senior officials State and submit to the state institutions "- see management in the Crimean Ministry of Interior. Source: UNIAN
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