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Saturday, January 20, 2018

In Slovakia, MPs can approve the reunification of the Crimea with Russia

For consideration to the national Council of Slovakia in the beginning of 2018 may be made to the document on legal recognition of the joining of Crimea to Russia in 2014. With the corresponding initiative was made by the independent member of Slovak Parliament Peter Marcek.

photo: DDima wikimedia.org

Marchuk announced a possible vote of Parliament in recognition of the legitimate joining of Crimea to Russia, adding that plans to bring this issue to the Parliament in January-February 2018.

“Crimea was part of Russia. The Peninsula was handed over to Kiev by Nikita Khrushchev in 1954 when Ukraine was part of USSR”, – appealed to the history of Marcek.

The parliamentarian recalled that the reunification of the Crimea with Russia in 2014 happened by referendum.

Russia has every right to do so… From a human point of view it is necessary to respect the will of the Crimean people and not to incite further conflict… I am Sure that my opinion is shared by many Slovak citizens… I intend in the beginning of 2018 to propose the National Council to decide on the Crimean issue”, – said the Deputy, whose words I quote “Izvestia”.

For bringing this issue to the vote, the Deputy needs to enlist the support of at least 15 of their colleagues. However, Peter, Marcek confident.

For voting in Parliament, the initiative must receive the support of 15 of the 150 deputies of the Slovak Parliament. Now my idea is supported by the party “people’s party – Our Slovakia”, which has 14 seats in Parliament. Sure they can join other independent deputies”, – said the author of the initiative.


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