Prosecutor's office will sue the Supreme Council of Crimea because of “Svoboda"
Crimean prosecutor's office will sue the Crimean Parliament if it fails to satisfy the protest filed by the former on the decision to ban the “Svoboda” party activities in the Crimea. “The law is same for all - activities of a political party under the Constitution of Ukraine, according to all the laws, can be terminated only by the court. If you’re dissatisfied with any party of anyone, use the established procedure, go to the court,” said the Crimea prosecutor Vyacheslav Pavlov.
According to him, February 7 is the deadline, when the Autonomy’s parliament must honour or deny the protest filed by the prosecutor’s office on this decision.
As was reported earlier, on January 27 the presidium of the Crimea parliament decided to ban activities and symbols of "Svoboda" party in the Autonomy. Subsequently the prosecutor's office filed an appeal to the Crimea parliament asking to lift the ban on the activities of the political party.