The former "minister of the Crimean government," Valery Garanchuk, wrote on Facebook that the so-called "prime minister" Aksenov will soon bring the inhabitants of the peninsula to open rebellion. In his opinion, such a situation is brewing due to the fact that the administration has cut off the water supply to residents of the village of Luchistoye in response to their refusal to abandon their homes: the Crimean "authorities" plan to build an elite settlement at the site of the village.
“Aksenov will soon bring the inhabitants of Crimea to open rebellion.
It is getting close.
And no VCIOM (Russian Public Opinion Research Center – Ed.) will help him,” the former official posted.
Activists agree with Garanchuk, too. In particular, a local resident Tatiana Radina commented on the situation.
“We appealed to the prosecutor - no result. Everything points that the population will revolt. It looks like we are led to a revolution. Now the administration consists of people who lean only on three pillars: kickbacks, margin and bribes,” she wrote.
It was reported earlier that Aksenov created the visibility of the fight against corruption in the occupied Crimea. In particular, he dismissed from the post the chief architect of Crimea Ernst Mavlyutov, former architect of Kazan, on suspicion of corruption. At that time, Aksenov did not provide any evidence that Mavlyutov took bribes.