Poklonskaya demanded to make the case for Poroshenko because of the blockade of the channel
The Deputy Chairman of the state Duma Committee on international Affairs Natalia Polonskaya appealed to the Prosecutor General of Ukraine with a demand to start an investigation and to have three criminal cases on the ex-President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko for crimes related to the overlap of the North Crimean channel.
Ukraine provided to 85% of needs of the Crimea in fresh water coming from the Dnieper through North Crimean canal. However, after the reunification of the Crimea with Russia water flow through the channel in the Republic was completely stopped unilaterally.
"Knowing that all my publications are studied by the Ukrainian investigators (need placed in folder), apply to the General Prosecutor of Ukraine with the requirement to register in the Unified register of pre-judicial investigations my post about the perfect citizen of Ukraine Petr A. Poroshenko and his accomplices in the crime, which threatens the lives and health of millions of people, environmental safety and in breach of article 30 of the universal Declaration of human rights, article 5 International Covenant on civil and political rights and article 5 of the International Covenant on economic, social and cultural rights," wrote Taylor on his page in Facebook.
According to her, in the actions of Poroshenko constitutes a crime under article 242 of the criminal code of Ukraine (violation of rules of protection of waters), article 441 (ecocide) and article 442 (genocide).
"To deliberately deprive people of the right to drinking water and with the blue screen to tell you how they miss their native Crimeans in Kiev — it is rather like a tragicomedy scenario or episode in the indictment, but not on international relations and democracy," said Poklonski.
According to her, the current President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky will have to solve complex issues and problems that went from "villains, who organized the coup in 2014", including and to end violations of the right of millions of ordinary people living in the Peninsula and Kherson, and also abuse of the environment and nature.