It was declared by lawyer Mark Feygin, Censor.NET reports citing Ukrinform.
"I know that after the elections in Crimea about 6,000 objects are going to be demolished as illegal. It is not difficult to guess who will suffer the most - Crimean Tatars," he said.
He mentioned that over the past decade, when a lot of Crimean Tatars returned home, their buildings have not been fully legitimized. Now, it is planned to solve this 'hovering' problem in a brutal way.
"As Stalinist narrative about Crimean Tatars is quite popular in nowadays Russia, such actions are fraught with further, even more brutal actions," Feygin added.
Elections to the State Duma of Russia will be held on Sept.18.
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