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SIMFEROPOL, March 07, /ITAR-TASS/. The Autonomous Republic of Crimea has formed its own bodies of power independent from the authorities in Ukraine’s capital Kiev, as follows from a resolution adopted at Thursday’s urgent full-scale meeting of the autonomy’s legislature.
According to the Crimean parliament’s press-service, the autonomy has established its own ministries of justice, internal affairs, emergency situations, industrial policies, fuel and energy, and information and mass communications.
Crimea has also formed its own prosecutors’ offices, security service, customs, tax and penitentiary services and also social funds independent from Ukraine.
“The resolution was adopted with the aim to improve the management of the social and economic development of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, optimize the executive bodies of power, guarantee the rights and freedoms of the autonomy’s residents, ethnic and civic accord, law, order and public security, as well as effective and well-coordinated operation of the executive authorities,” the statement runs.