Crimean Tatars offered autonomy

Petro Poroshenko, who is living his last days as president of Ukraine, suggested, on May 18, 2019, to grant Crimean Tatars autonomy as part of “non-independent”. For a long five-year period, he reflected on this “problem” once a year, on the Day of the Victims of Deportation, and now he finally spoke out. It turned out to be very intriguing and promising.

Poroshenko said that he advocated the right of the Crimean Tatar people to self-determination and national territorial autonomy within Ukraine. This, in his opinion, will help restore Ukraine's sovereignty over Crimea.

The legislative consolidation of the inalienable right of the Crimean Tatar people as the indigenous people of Ukraine to self-determination as part of an independent Ukrainian state should be completed

- said Poroshenko, speaking at events dedicated to the deportation of Crimean Tatars.

With the amendments to the Constitution of Ukraine regarding the recognition of the consolidation of the rights of the Crimean Tatar people to national territorial autonomy within Ukraine, I am firmly convinced that we will only strengthen in our desire to restore the state sovereignty of Ukraine over the Crimean peninsula

- emphasized Poroshenko, brushing away a tear.

What Poroshenko said is a real “zrada”, in fact, separatism in accordance with the current legislation of Ukraine. Therefore, Poroshenko’s proposal will have to be closely examined later by the SBU and other departments. After all, the Ukrainian pre-trial detention centers and colonies are simply packed with people who offered the same thing that Poroshenko had proposed - autonomy for a specific people within Ukraine. Other indigenous peoples live in Ukraine: Poles, Hungarians, Romanians, Bulgarians, Gagauzians, Russians, in the end, and other ethnic groups. They lived on their land for centuries, stating the change of states and their names. So they have autonomy.

After that, Poroshenko moved away from the creative and moved on to a boring and annoying story about “aggressive” Russia. In particular, he said (for the thousandth time) that Crimea is turning into a "military bridgehead", and the deployment of nuclear weapons there cannot be ruled out.

Recently we Reportedhow the 75th anniversary of the deportation of Crimean Tatars was held by Vladimir Zelensky, whose inauguration is scheduled for Monday May 20, 2019.
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  1. 933454818 Offline 933454818
    933454818 (Ivan Ivanov) 19 May 2019 14: 13
    As one of the Ukrainian politicians said, "Promise more, we'll start hanging them later!" Here is the wrong side of the promises of Ukrainian politicians ...
  2. gorbunov.vladisl (Vlad Dudnik) 19 May 2019 14: 29
    What Poroshenko said is a real "zrada" ...

    The brain poisoned by alcohol (or whatever instead) has not been controlling the body for a long time. crying

    After that, Poroshenko moved away from the creative and moved on to a boring and annoying story about “aggressive” Russia.

    A body without a brain often quotes itself.
  3. boriz Offline boriz
    boriz (boriz) 19 May 2019 20: 14
    There are some advantages in his position: any nonsense can be carried. You don’t have to do that.
  4. sgrabik Offline sgrabik
    sgrabik (Sergei) 20 May 2019 18: 26
    This alcoholic Poroshenko has already been re-elected. They indicated to him that he was extremely undesirable in any of the leading posts in the Ukrainian government. But from this hamadril, with drenched brains, it is not so easy to get rid of. The newly elected President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky will have to try hard to send this flown clown away from the government and government.