Prosecutor General of the Republic of Crimea

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Prosecutor General of Republic of Crimea
Emblem of the Office of the Prosecutor General of Russia.svg
Incumbent
Oleg Kamshilov
NominatorHead
AppointerHead
with advise and consent from the State Council
Term length5 years
Inaugural holderNatalia Poklonskaya
FormationEstablished by act
WebsiteПрокуратура Республики Крым

In the Republic of Crimea, the Attorney General's office is known as Prosecutor General's office, hence the name of the role or position.

The Prosecutor General of the Republic of Crimea (Russian: Главный прокурор Республики Крым) is the prosecutor and attorney who represents the Republic of Crimea[nb 1] in all civil and criminal matters in which it is a party or has an interest, and which are handled on appeal or in any other manner in the courts of Crimea, Russia, or its territories or possessions. The prosecutor reports directly to the Head of the Republic of Crimea and leads the Office of the Prosecutor General of the Republic of Crimea.

List[edit]

Portrait Name Took office Left office Head of the
Republic
1 Natalia Poklonskaya August 2015 (cropped).jpg Natalia Poklonskaya March 25, 2014 October 6, 2016 Sergey Aksyonov
Emblem of the Office of the Prosecutor General of Russia.svg Andrey Fomin
(acting)
August 3, 2016 December, 2016
2 Emblem of the Office of the Prosecutor General of Russia.svg Oleg Kamshylov February 2, 2017 Incumbent

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gutterman, Steve. "Putin signs Crimea treaty, will not seize other Ukraine regions". Reuters.com. Retrieved 26 March 2014.
  2. ^ Ukraine crisis timeline, BBC News
  3. ^ UN General Assembly adopts resolution affirming Ukraine's territorial integrity, China Central Television (28 March 2014)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Since the 2014 Crimean crisis, the status of the Crimea and of the city of Sevastopol is under dispute between Russia and Ukraine; Ukraine and the majority of the international community considers the Crimea and Sevastopol an integral part of Ukraine, while Russia, on the other hand, considers the Crimea and Sevastopol an integral part of Russia, with Sevastopol functioning as a federal city within the Crimean Federal District.[1][2][3]

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