Chiygoz about the sentence: How much cynicism, lies and fear of the judges and the government of the Russian Federation to the strength and courage of my people

Chiygoz: How annoying, scary, and true patriotism, which they do not understand and are not inherent

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Deputy head of Mejlis of Crimean Tatar people Ahtem Chiygoz said that the sentence that was passed by the occupying power of the Crimea, soak up all their despair and anger. His statement of 12 September, published today in Facebook the head of the Mejlis Refat Chubarov.

Chiygoz has appealed to all who are going to participate in the rally in support of 13 September in Kyiv.

“September 11, listened to the verdict. How much cynicism, lies and fear behind every spoken word and action of judges, the Russian authorities before the strength, the courage, the determination of my people. As they are annoying, scary, and true patriotism, which they do not understand and are not inherent. It is convenient to hide behind a pseudo-patriotism, soaked rotten national chauvinism,” said Chiygoz.

He noted that “national chauvinism” of the Russian Federation enforces not only to his people.

“Every Crimean Tatar, every Ukrainian must understand that our right to freedom, dignity and love of country are a danger to the Russian authorities. The verdict has absorbed the despair and anger of collaborators. But their joy is premature. They will not be able to “make the main value lies and meanness”. They can never be an authority of the people”, – said the Deputy head of the Majlis.

Звернення Ахтема Чийгоза до учасників мітингу, який планується провести у Києві 13 вересня 2017 року о 17.30 на Майдані …

Posted by Рефат Чубаров on Wednesday, September 13, 2017

September 11, controlled by Russia’s Supreme court annexed Crimea Chiygoza was sentenced to eight years in a strict regime colony.

The Deputy head of the Mejlis, was arrested in January 2015 for participating in a rally in support of Ukraine’s territorial integrity, which was held in front of the Supreme Council of Crimea on 26 February 2014. He was accused of organizing mass riots.

The Ukrainian authorities and human rights activists, Amnesty International demanded the immediate release of the political prisoner.

The European Union also urged Russia to release Chiygoza.

Lawyer Nikolai Polozov said that appealed to the Vice President want with the Majlis.

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