The problem of allocation of land to Crimean Tatars today has evolved from social to commercial, finds the ex-speaker of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, MP from the Party of Regions, Boris Deich. "Despite the fact that more than 20 years of land allocation deportees be a priority, today the problem of social turned into a commercial. State by limiting the allocation of land to returning deportees only steppe Crimea and without solving the operational issues of its allotment in the locations where they lived before the deportation, by their actions and inaction gave rise to squatting "- he said Sunday by telephone from the Crimea.
Ex-Speaker, in particular, noted that some "enterprising" citizens, taking advantage of the lack of land cadastre and registry of citizens began to use the squatting for outright land speculation.
B. Deitch called legitimate position of the Crimean Prime Minister Basil Dzharty, who in a letter to the leader of the Mejlis of Crimean Tatar people, Mustafa Jemilev called squatting destabilizing factor for the inter-ethnic harmony. "The right to land should not be national character", - said the politician.
Crimean Prime Minister Vasily Dzharty in an open letter to the leader of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatars, Mustafa Jemilev January 18 this year, designed to convince the Crimean Tatars willfully liberate occupied lands.
"Do you have the necessary influence to convince the Crimean Tatars who have violated the law, to voluntarily release the illegally occupied land. Your public appeal to the Crimean Tatars on the need to release sites will certainly help address this issue ", - said V. Dzharty.