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Former people’s Deputy reported about suspicion in separatism

Бывшему нардепу сообщили о подозрении в сепаратизмеIn 2015, it could not be extradited from Italy under article “Hooliganism”.

The security service of Ukraine and Prosecutor’s office of Odessa region reported about suspicion in separatism to the former people’s Deputy Igor Markov.

This was reported by the press service of the Prosecutor’s office.

He is accused of public appeals to change of borders of Ukraine on television and through YоuTube for 2014-2017.

The Prosecutor’s office cited several examples of applications of Markov: “the main issue is the liberation of Ukraine from the fierce beast – the name of which the Bandera-fascist regime”, “Here are the first 13 people were exchanged, exchanged for punitive and big thanks to the guys from the DNR that go into this, the more you kill, the less we then work will be returned to Ukraine”.

In public statements and appeals of Markov experts-linguists have also found the calls to commit acts of terrorism, inciting ethnic hatred, humiliation of national honour and dignity, insult the feelings of citizens.

Recall that in 2015, Ukraine unsuccessfully tried to extradite Markov from Italy on the case of hooliganism.

We are talking about the events of 2007, when the Odessa regional state administration there were pickets against the establishment in the city of a monument to Catherine II. Markov is suspected of the organization of beating of participants of the action, and directly in the beating of citizens. In October 2013, when Viktor Yanukovych, Markov was arrested in this case and spent several months in prison.

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