The COP refused to consider a complaint against the annexation of Crimea to Russia
The Russian constitutional court refused to consider the complaint of the head of the Society for the protection of clients ' rights (ozpp) Michael Anshakov on the accession of Crimea to Russia, informs the website of the court.
"To refuse to accept for consideration the complaint because it does not meet the requirements of the law" On the constitutional court of the Russian Federation " According to which the complaint is valid. The court's determination on the complaint is final and not appealable, " says in court definition.
first great response received released ozpp memo, which Russian tourists were encouraged to enter the Peninsula only with the permission of the Ukrainian authorities. Leader Vladimir Putin called tips ozpp service of foreign interests, and the General Prosecutor's office sent investigators materials for a criminal case.
The authors of the complaint in the constitutional court considered that the accession of Crimea to Russia " was a breach of continuity ".
"This casts doubt on the continuity of public international obligations of the Russian Federation, the legitimacy of the new constitutional order of Russia, the possibility of stable existence, the lack of internal contradictions" - believed the applicants.