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Crimean Tatar Elected Body Banned in Russia


Today, Russia’s Supreme Court confirmed a lower court ruling declaring Mejlis, a Crimean Tatar elected representative body, an extremist organization and banned its activities in Russia and Russian-occupied Crimea. The decision is outrageous but not surprising: Human Rights Watch has documented a steady curtailing of basic freedoms in Crimea since Russian forces began occupying the peninsula in February 2014.
Earlier this year, Crimea’s prosecutor petitioned a court to recognize the actions of Mejlis as extremist. In April, Crimea’s Supreme Court banned Mejlis and declared it an extremist organization.

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Source: Human Rights Watch

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