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Luhansk administration head claims Communist Party and Party of Regions MPs linked to terrorism in east Ukraine

11-06-2014 17:42

Acting chairman of the Luhansk Regional State Administration (RSA) Iryna Veryhina said about the involvement of deputies of the Party of Regions and the Communist Party in terrorism in the east.

The acting chairman of the Luhansk Regional State Administration wrote on her Facebook page. "I saw the performance by Horokhov (Party of Regions member - Ed.) in the Russian parliament, who called the Kremlin to concrete actions against Ukraine. Oleksandr Yefremov sat in the presidium. This is direct evidence, linking these deputies to terrorism in the east," she said in a social network. According to Veryhina, these elected officials "are trying to turn Luhansk region in the ghetto in order to protect their business interests." "Some of them openly support Russia's aggression and terrorism, and other deputies of the Party of Regions and the Communist Party secretly funded terrorist groups in Luhansk, Severodonetsk," the official says. The acting chairman of the Luhansk Regional State Administration said that the parliament needs to "withdraw the mandates from those deputies and bring them to criminal liability." Veryhina says that "thousands of Luhansk region residents demand this.”