This was announced today by Leader of the Crimean Tatar people Mustafa Dzhemilev during a discussion on the subject of "The Annexation of Crimea - Anniversary of the Crime," citing to the secret data of the Federal Security Service of Russia, Censor.NET reports citing Liga.
"According to the FSB secret report, 34.2% of the inhabitants of the Crimea took part in the "referendum," he said.
Also, the national leader of the Crimean Tatar people said that some people from the Russian special services offered to buy the secret document, but representatives of the Crimean Tatars declined.
Dzhemilev also noted that only 0.5% of the Crimean Tatars participated in the pseudo referendum on the accession of Crimea to Russia. "Of 180,000 Crimean Tatars who had the right to vote in this referendum 900-1,200 people took part in it, that is, 0.5%. The most active was Russian-speaking population of Crimea, but not as much as Russian official authorities claimed," Dzhemilev said.
In addition, the MP noted that 18 people have disappeared since the annexation of the peninsula. Four of them were found dead.
"90% [chance] is that they're all dead. And no one will be punished. We know for sure who did it," he said.