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Crimean Prime Minister against the opening of casinos in the hotels Peninsula


Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Crimea V. Dzharty strongly opposed the opening of casinos in the hotels of Crimea.

The corresponding view Vasily Dzharty told reporters in Simferopol.

"I am totally opposed to the hotels and the hotels were open casino" - said the prime minister. Also Basil Dzharty noted that he is not opposed to opening casinos in some isolated areas. "But this is rather a question of the future. If people want to at some territory was gambling with advanced infrastructure, please, I'm not against it. But my word is the last in this issue ", - stressed the head of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Crimea.

As previously reported, on March 25 newly appointed chairman of the state. Committee of Ukraine on Regulatory Policy and Entrepreneurship M. Brodsky, said that in the near future will be adopted by the Law on gambling. This law allows to open casinos in five-star hotels 4 major regional centers of Ukraine (Lviv, Kiev, Donetsk, Odessa, including the region). And as in all hotels of Crimea "with any number of stars can be organized casino. According to Mikhail Brodsky will give opportunity to make Crimea shoulder resort. Michael Brodsky suggested that the strong interest in opening a casino in the Crimea may cause the citizens of the Russian Federation, where casinos are permitted only in special zones.

PREVIOUSLY: 15 May last year Verkhovna Rada adopted the Law on the complete prohibition of gambling business in Ukraine. He scored force on 25 June and will operate until the spec. Act, which would include the right to organize gambling in a separate, specially created by gambling zones.

March 24, 2010 the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine appointed chairman M. Brodsky state. Committee of Ukraine on business and regulatory policy. Shortly before she was dismissed Alexander Kuzhel, the previous head of the Committee on Entrepreneurship and Regulatory Policy.