Occupants try to find out the moods in the families and their propensity for denunciation through schoolchildren in the occupied Crimea

January 17, 2018

In schools in the occupied Crimea, pupils are given questionnaires through which they try to find out the moods in the families and their propensity for denunciation. The head of the board of the Crimean Tatar Resource Center, member of Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people, Eskender Bariiev wrote on his page in Facebook.

"In schools in the occupied Crimea, pupils are given such questionnaires, parents must fill in these questionnaires, of course, if parents refuse, then teachers will insist … And maybe people from the department for countering extremism, the "E" committee, will interfere,"- Bariiev said.

According to the human rights activist, with the help of this poll, the occupants try to find out the moods in the families and the inclination to denunciation.
"The first impression is that with the help of this seemingly innocuous survey, the occupation" researchers " try to find out the moods in the families and the possibility of their potential declension to secret cooperation  (denunciation),"  wrote a member of Mejlis.