“Crimean authorities orchestrate protests and mobilize titushky,” said Crimean deputy Leonid Pilunskyi on a Russia-24 TV channel program.
“These are local authorities who organize meetings and acts of provocation in Crimea and mobilize titushky and petty criminals for this,” said Leonid Pilunskyi.
“An attempt to introduce amendments to the Constitution was made yesterday, though the Parliament of Crimea does not have the power to do this and they do not represent all Crimeans.”
“The situation in Crimea is quiet; the people are not taking part in this. The structures supporting EuroMaidan are too small to be considered dangerous. There are about 100-200 of them, no more,” added the deputy.