|Anatoliy Mohyliov in 2014|
|Prime Minister of Crimea|
November 8, 2011 – February 27, 2014
|Preceded by||Vasyl Dzharty|
|Succeeded by||post abolished
Sergey Aksyonov (as Prime Minister of Crimea)
|Ministry of Internal Affairs|
March 11, 2010 – November 7, 2011
|Prime Minister||Mykola Azarov|
|Preceded by||Yuriy Lutsenko (acting (contested))|
|Succeeded by||Vitaliy Zakharchenko|
April 6, 1955 |
Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Kamchatka Oblast, Russian SFSR
|Political party||Party of Regions|
Anatolii Volodymyrovych Mohyliov (Ukrainian: Анатолій Володимирович Могильов, Russian: Анатолий Владимирович Могилёв; born April 6, 1955 in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, in the Russian SFSR of the Soviet Union) is a Ukrainian politician. He is the former Prime Minister of Crimea and former Ukrainian Minister of Internal Affairs.
Mohyliov is a police major-general. He headed the Interior Ministry's office in Makiyivka until February 2005. He earlier held the post of chief of the ministry's office in Artemivsk. In 2007, he served as deputy interior minister and chief of the Ukrainian Interior Ministry's main office in Crimea. (Despite Ukrainian policeman are forbidden to be actively involved with politics) Mohyliov headed the Crimean campaign headquarters of presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovych during the 2010 presidential election campaign.
On March 16, 2010 Mustafa Djemilev reminded the Minister of Internal Affairs of Anatolii Mohyliov official xenophobic statements in the local press against the Crimean Tatar population in the past for which the Mejlis (Crimean Tatar parliament) has already prepared a petition to the Prosecutor General of Ukraine. If they fail to condemn Mohyliov's statements, the Mejlis will consider filing in a complaint with the European Court for Human Rights in Strasbourg. The Kharkiv Human Rights Group has criticized his period as Interior Minister.
On November 7, 2011 President Viktor Yanukovych nominated Mohyliov as Prime Minister of Crimea. The Supreme Council of Crimea appointed him to this post the next day. Mustafa Djemilev named this appointment "stupid; Mohyliov is remembered for praising the Stalin-era deportations of the Crimean Tatars, as well as the shooting of unarmed people in 2007 by police under his command". Mohyliov was elected the leader of the Crimean branch of Party of Regions on 29 November 2011.
On November 18, 2012 Anatoliy Mohiliov openly stated that Militsia of Ukraine "supports interests of the political force that currently is in power (government), because the power (government) ensures stability and normal life in the country."
On February 27, 2014, he and his entire cabinet known as Council of Ministers of Crimea were dismissed by the Supreme Council amid the ongoing protests in the region. He was replaced by Sergey Aksyonov.
- Lutsenko says he's calm about his dismissal, Kyiv Post (28 January 2010)
- Regions Party: Kliuyev is legitimate head of Interior Ministry, Kyiv Post (1 February 2010)
- Mohyliov heads Crimean branch of Regions Party, Kyiv Post (29 November 2011)
- Former Interior Minister Mohyliov heads Crimean government, Interfax Ukraine (8 November 2011)
- Ex-chief of Crimean police heads Ukrainian Interior Ministry, Kyiv Post (March 11, 2010)
- (Russian) Могилев, Анатолий, Lenta.Ru
- Crimean Tatars will complain to Europe for their rights infringement and Mohyliov, Ukrainska Pravda (March 16, 2010)
- Crimean Tatars Seek Criminal Case Against Ukrainian Interior Minister, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (March 16, 2010)
- Yanukovych rewards tough loyalists with promotions, Kyiv Post (10 November 2011)
- Parliament refuses to dismiss interior minister, Kyiv Post (June 15, 2010)
- Crimean parliament to decide on appointment of autonomous republic's premier on Tuesday, Interfax Ukraine (7 November 2011)
- Yanukovych appoints Mohyliov to Crimean post, Kyiv Post (7 November 2011)
- (Russian) Лидер крымских татар объявил об уходе из политики, Lenta.Ru (8 November 2011)
- Crimean prime minister planning to join Regions Party again, Kyiv Post (9 November 2011)
- Mohiliov said openly: Militsia serves the "Regions" [Party of Regions] (Могильов сказав прямо: міліція служить "Регіонам"). Ukrayinska Pravda. 2012-12-18. (audio-recording)
- "Crimean parliament sacks regional government, approves referendum". RT. February 27, 2014. Retrieved February 27, 2014.
- Volatile appointment for the Crimea - Opinion piece by member of the Kharkiv Human Rights Group Halya Coynash about Mohyliov's appointment as Prime Minister of Crimea (Kyiv Post, 9 November 2011)
|Minister of Internal Affairs
|Prime Minister of Crimea
Sergey Aksyonov (as Prime Minister of Crimea (Russia))