Yatsuba, who is concerned about peace in Sevastopol, is suspected of extremism
The people's deputy of Ukraine Viktor Baloga sent an application of the people's deputy to the Security Service of Ukraine and to the Main Directorate of the Prosecutor's Office of Ukraine with the request to check up the activity of the head of Sevastopol City State Administration Vladimir Yatsuba. In Baloga's opinion, Yatsuba is an extremist.
In the application of the people's deputy, Baloga refers to publications in the Russian mass media, according to which in January 2014 Yatsuba addressed the Don Cossack troops with the appeal to form Stalingrad and Sevastopol front and to mobilize the volunteers to maintain law and order in Ukraine. "The first group of 200 volunteers should arrive in Sevastopol in the nearest days," the Glavcom quotes Baloga.
Moreover, a statement of the head of Sevastopol City State Administration is cited, according to which Sevastopol is ready to exit the legal framework of Ukraine in the case of the forced seizure of government in Ukraine. It is published in the newspaper the 2000 with the reference to the Russian agency the Regnum.
Baloga believes that "the noted actions and statements of the citizen Yatsuba contain, at least, the corpus delicti, stipulated by the articles 110-1 and 161 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine" (extremist activities and violation of the equality of citizens).