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SIMFEROPOL, July 10. /ITAR-TASS/. Laws do not work in Ukraine and the authorities are killing people instead of protecting them, Crimea’s Prosecutor Natalia Poklonskaya said on Thursday while visiting a refugee camp for Ukrainians in the village of Opushki near Crimea’s capital Simferopol.
Asked about a possibility of forced migrants to assert their rights in Ukraine, the prosecutor replied with emotion: “Look what is going on in Ukraine! What is the law there and who are the authorities protecting? A bunch of people who gathered together and dictate their conditions to the others and God knows what they are about?”
“Which law regulates murder of ordinary citizens?” the CrimeaInform quoted Poklonskaya as saying. “Who has given them a right to murder? The law does not work in Ukraine, there is none there.”
“The people who came here and are now enjoying protection of Russian law and Russia testify to this fact,” she said.