March 15, 2014 15:26
Ukrainian parliament terminates early powers of Crimea's Supreme Council
KYIV. March 15 (Interfax) - Ukraine's Verkhovna Rada has terminated early powers of Crimea's Supreme Council.
A total of 278 people's deputies, out of 296 registered for the meeting on Saturday, voted for the relevant decree.
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