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turned into tragedy. that's not a breach at all this is not the kind of freedom that we want. how did it become a gateway to islamist terror. i think now the sorry gun under my city has made itself. an exclusive report from a destroyed city. philippines in the sights of i.a.s. starts april eleventh on d w. today british house of commons speaker john bercow ruled out a three peat vote on prime minister teresa mayes bracy plan he said you just can't vote on the same measure more than once cited examples going back all the way to sixteen zero for the same year why do began of the king james version of the bible well tonight the prime minister is reportedly furious and britain is set to crash
out of the european union in just eleven days but those against breaks that they may now have more than just a prayer after all i broke off in berlin this is the day. the government camel legitimacy to these two recent me so that was the same proposition for substantially the same proposition is this because this piece has to be unprecedented the price is that it's not a country went to meet the european union in eleven days under the snow. i've always inclined to say. i don't in the business of panicking myself this ruling should not be regarded as my last word on the subject he simply meant to indicate that the test which the government must meet.
also coming up tonight five years ago today russia began annex in crimea for brusha group saying it was a bloodless revolution but they conveniently ignore those and exemption opponents who disappeared and have never been seen again but everything points to the fact that it was the russian security service the f.s.b. the pressure they put on him beforehand the warnings they gave him they would interrogate him for hours every time he crossed over into ukraine. lots of our viewers on p.b.s. in the united states and all around the world welcome we begin the day with briggs it by the rules today the speaker of the british house of commons did what he is supposed to do and he ignited yet another firestorm in the process john bercow the man that the world has come to know was mr order today said another vote on prime
minister teresa mayes breaks a plan that will not be a well unless the proposal for a vote is substantially different from last week's in other words in parliament the president has always been no repeat votes on the same measure sounds reasonable unless you were counting on another vote this week on prime minister theresa may we understand this evening is furious about the decision the u.k. solicitor general has accused bercow of intervening and of having too much or overreach and there is talk that the government may try to suspend parliament without dissolving it and what about breaks it in eleven days the u.k. will begin leaving the european union with no plan nothing about today's new parliamentary pronouncement changes that yet here is part of what the speaker said today it has been strongly. though i have not received confirmation of this that i've even possibly fourth meeting.
will be attempted and this statement which is designed to signal what would be orderly and what would not. this is my conclusion. if the government wishes to bring forward a new proposition. that he's neither the say nor substantially the same as that disposed of by you the house on the twelfth of march this would be entirely in order. what would government carol legitimately do is to resubmit to the house the same proposition or substantially the same proposition as that of last week which was rejected by one hundred forty nine. let's bring in our correspondent barbara vanes oh she joins me tonight from outside
the health of the parliament in london good evening to you barbara so the house of commons speaker says if you want another vote fine but you may not vote on the same thing twice now the u.k. solicitor general says this is created a constitutional crisis in the country why. of first because this is frustrating government it is also impeding government in trying to do what it once that means to somehow push the brakes and deal through the house of commons and as the u.k. is a largely government centric is sort of the rule has a government centric rule basically set with centers around the executive and not around palm and that it creates a certain price is the problem is not meant to take control here in britain the control is supposed to be issued by government so government hasn't really had
control of of rexx it and we have seen what happened last week parliament tried to sort of gravity and carried away now that certainly is a crisis but what flows from it is still totally open to the solicitor general of the u.k. he says that there are ways to get around the decision by the house speaker would be what is known as poor again should ending parliament session without dissolving parliament no barbara why would that help anyone. that's a quite fantastically lawyerly ideal or is just some mentions of we need to step up and say i hereby declare polman closed then there needs to be somehow an interim and then needs to be a new opening of parliament supposedly with a speech by the queen nobody can really imagine that also there's another problem
is simply no time left and to reason may will have to push one law through parliament next week that is really urgent the one that sort of takes back the old bricks of law and says we here if i didn't care for it it is not going to be on the train the sort of march bought on a later date and so this really is necessary she says she. you could send away a problem and only after that and still it would solve anything so government is furious three's a maze for your ears and they felt they were sort of really caught in the dark by this the had no advance notice by john darko the speaker of this intervention force as it says it stands to annoy the u.k. has a love and days until march twenty ninth when it is supposed to leave the european union so what does all of this mean for brakes of our. this means have rights that treason may now will have to go and one should need breaks in management says already announced that will have to go in three stooges even sees
sorry it all didn't work out i can't really explain why not bought we need an extension we need more time basically she said she would give us was three months short technical extension i phone none months if there has to be a real rethink lever we need new russets has a say in this the e.u. heads of state and government will probably just make one offer and then say ok this is it this is what we can give you and now you take it home with it and sort yourself out so breck's it on the twenty ninth next to next week is supposedly not going to happen bought after we what we saw today i would really hate to put a bet on it i don't want to lose my money and i want you to lose money either way but what about the house of commons speaker mr bercow he has been criticized a lot for his decision today but also for other things that he has done it couldn't be argued that he is a little late to the game that he should have told theresa may that the second vote
on her breaks that withdrawal plan was also not a well because the second version of her plan was not substantially different from the first version. the speaker argued of course and others are huge here today that this second version was different because the e.u. did did make some concessions about the northern irish backstop so you could argue ok first time or right second time there were some changes people could see that there was some additions to the deal so that was maybe different enough but just to put the same thing up again and i'm still to sit tight until they resolve injuries amaze desire to push the deal through parliament that's not on that is more or less not democratic and also if you look at to the the argument you can't have a second referendum people shouldn't have that but polman can't vote till it drops till till the result fits the government's expectations so that really doesn't go
to together and that's what varicose sort of put an end to today so where do we go from here we know the the u.k. is still waiting to hear from the e.u. about this extension. is that a still up in the air i mean are we going to hear a yes or no from the european union this week. absolutely the this summit meets on thursday and astri's and they will go there there's a ritual full that usually she of history dinner and she will say ok sorry about this but we need more time the two years were not enough time to squabble the threats of we have no majority things just didn't work out and then the e.u. leaders are going to make her an offer or maybe after some having talked amongst themselves late at the night it's not even sort of nice dissolute of a bit ofa tension and waiting time involved to make it more exciting but in the end to it seems from the certain they're going to offer her some extra time so it's
like in football you know you just try again to get to go to far as you keep your eye on the ball that's the point right barbara. on the story for us tonight in london we'll be talking with you again this week for sure barbara thank you. but today marks five years since russia annexed crimea from ukraine since then the peninsula in the black sea has been a focal point of tensions between russia and the west progress of separatists in crimea are celebrating what moscow has described as the day of crimea's reunification with russia and ukraine and much of the international community have always pointed out that the end exemption was a violation of international wall since twenty fourteen about thirteen thousand people have been killed in an ongoing conflict between ukraine and russian backed separatists in eastern ukraine. our next report tonight comes from crimea as
largest cities have asked a poll where d.w. met people still suffering after the takeover as well as those taking part in today's celebrations like members of a pro russia biker game who helped to make that annexation happen. the night wolves and their leader legs on the result are vladimir putin's favorite bikers. and their rally through the city of sebastopol marking five years since the russian takeover is more than just a bit of fun. back in two thousand and fourteen they played a very real part in helping the kremlin bring the peninsula under its control. setting up roadblocks and patrolling the streets while the russian special forces in unmarked uniforms took over government buildings. so much as you would it's a miracle this all happened fairness went out for the first time that it all happened without bloodshed as they pursued this growing. a claim that ignores at least six
deaths in fifteen disappearances attributed to russian security services by human rights activists over the years since moscow took control. one of them was. a member of the region's three hundred thousand strong muslim to tar minority and a vocal opponent of the russian takeover of the region in may twenty sixteen he was abducted just a few hundred meters from his home men dressed as traffic police stopped evans car for what appeared to be a routine check soon they were bundling him into an unmarked minivan. he broke free and tried to run away. but he was soon right back. he has not been heard from since. course now with a view that's where the surveillance camera was it's only thanks to the camera that we know what happened. because police came around to the neighbors afterwards to tell them not to report anything they might have seen coming from the flip
a we don't think of it evans parents have sent more than a hundred appeals for help to official bodies sent dozens of letters to president vladimir putin all to no effect his father is convinced the authorities have no interest in getting to the bottom of the case everything points to the fact that it was the russian security service the f.s.b. the pressure they put on him beforehand the warnings they gave him they would interrogate him for hours every time he crossed over into ukraine. in sebastopol the night was rarely reaches its climax at their patriotic feeling park imperial symbols rub up against soviet icons rock music and science fiction all in the cause of russia on hand to extend his graduations to the bikers is the leader of crimea as russian administration. by syrians my thanks goes to those who took part in the unique operation to guarantee the security of the referendum everything was done with such
a dastardly such guts that our opponents didn't even have time to realize what was going on. the anniversary is about more than creamy and its two point five million inhabitants the annexation put russia on a collision course with ukraine and the west but shows no sign of ending would it also did was to change the tone of russian politics as the kremlin found itself facing international isolation and sanctions it embrace groups like the night was bringing their very particular back to the future brand of russianness out of the margins and into the mainstream. our let's go to our correspondent nick connelly he is in sebastopol good evening to you as a fascinating story and these groups of russia supporters like the bikers that we just soul i mean is it possible that they helped make that an examination possible at the same time committed crimes all of this with total impunity.
good evening well the night was very certainly did play quite a significant role in those early days in march twenty fifth. the russian special forces those famous little green men russian special forces in unmarked uniforms to go about their deeds and to basically kick ukraine's authorities out of this peninsula in terms of the sort of human rights abuses we saw in the story there of the disappeared activists that doesn't seem to be a direct connection to them the father of the man we profiled that points the finger at the f.s.b. russian security services there are other volunteer groups who officiate at least not connected to security services and based based on volunteer involvement that have been implicated in attacking abducting people who spoke out against russia's control of this region the u.n. speaks of a forty abduction since the annexation of which they say at least twelve people have yet to be found let alone no bodies no trace so twelve people of whom there is
no trace of the last five years there's a disturbing numbers we know that in a couple of weeks ukrainians will choose a new president how is this anniversary and relations with russia i mean how is all of this impacting the campaigns and the candidates. well. because in the ukrainian public awareness crimea plays a very small role now so much else happened to ukraine since the crimea namely the war in which continues to this day the strange enough crimea seems to be more of a topic in russia's national story russia's narrative. this idea of bringing crimea back to its home as he calls it as he is his legacy basically his main achievement is present of russia where there's been so much else going on that it's basically being crowding out real impact it has had on ukraine's politics is actually change
the electoral map so when ukrainians go to the polls now at the end of march these traditionally pro russian votes from crimea from. that basically creates to parity a kind of fifty fifty split between pro west and more or less pro russian candidates that has been lost because these people don't vote. so that has really fundamentally changed the balance of power in ukraine. and crimea. sanctions international isolation for russia and yet russia shows no signs of ever leaving the peninsula who would ever challenge russia now it seems that is a permanent condition. well exactly brant there's no real sign that anyone is seriously thinking of challenging russia militarily here crimea is a region that's been up to its teeth this was historically and still is home to russia's black sea fleet but
a lot more in terms of all means has been brought in the last five years and indeed no one ukraine is seriously talking about challenging russia simply because the balance of strength is so much in russia's favor i think on the other hand no one in ukraine yet is really willing to talk about giving up its claims to crimea that is definitely something still unthinkable in ukraine for now the standoff continues and people you know moving p. crimea is trying to visit relatives in the rest of ukraine ukraine is trying to come here have a hell of a hard time passing through some very strict border checks. and challenging the an exaggeration but of course mean challenging russian president vladimir putin and there doesn't seem to be much of an appetite for that either around the world are there any critical voices in crimea who are speaking out about the end exhaustion. well that's very difficult there is a russian that provides for prison sentences of up to five years for quote
challenging russia's territorial integrity so that can be a facebook post saying that crimea is ukraine even like liking a post like that can put you in great trouble and they have seen people. house arrest be going to prison for this kind of claim most of the most. most direct and open challenges to russia's control has been so have now left most. have tried to keep in touch with. but open dissent open criticism of russia's control of the region is very difficult and it is very difficult as a journalist trying to talk to people to encourage people to open up about these kind of things in front of the camera what you will hear private people try to make their. dissatisfaction very concrete they talk about issues they have with the official may be problems they're having with. getting the legal remedy that they
won't address the political problems and the broader political disaffection dissatisfaction because the danger of imprisonment that would bring. in it really seems like. there is the story of the ongoing fighting in eastern ukraine and there's a story of the you know completed an exchange and in crimea what would you say nick what's the difference now between the situation in bass and in crimea. the major difference is that in crimea the people most people here have now taken russian passports to. the ukraine in the community. sees ukrainian. people live in crimea live a russian life they have the facilities and the russian citizens they have the full pensions of the russian state in eastern ukraine and russia wasn't willing to offer people that same perspective basically becoming
a defective part of russia people did not get russian they didn't get russian pensions and the fighting continues in crimea the could be active phase of the standoff was very short and basically since the end of march twenty fourth teen russian forces being controlled you've had this standoff between russian supported separatists and. me. in which people are still dying. that is very different situation here in crimea our correspondent nick connelly joining us tonight from the city of sebastopol in crimea on this five year anniversary of the annexation of crimea by russia nic thank you very much. the pressure continues to mount on the u.s. aircraft manufacturer boeing the black box data flight recorders in the recent ethiopian airlines seven thirty seven max crash point to similarities with the crash of another seven thirty seven max in indonesia in october of last year now
both crashes killed everyone on board tonight there are also reports emerging which cast more delts on the u.s. federal aviation authority they claim that the f.a.a. may have relied on both wings only engineers in what were supposed to be independent safety certifications for the seven thirty seven s. . and that is quite an accusation right there to talk more about that i'm joined by the w.'s christophe cobra he's been following the story for us christophe so they're talking about what gross violations of development certification but let me read the seattle times is reporting several issues over its experts are raising their eyebrows first boeing's safety analysis and this analysis of this new augmented flight control system have crucial flaws including understating its power and then the statement that boeing's engineers submitted to the f.a.a. they called a complete failure of the system a potential complete failure they enabled us hazardous rather than catastrophic
which would have meant more and longer testing now we have to remember the failure of this malfunctioning of this system was responsible for the crash of the lion air flight in october and the most recent crash of ethiopian airlines flight three hundred two shows similarities secondly there are reports that the federal aviation administration has outsourced much of the certification process you mentioned it to boeing itself amid budget cuts and an increase in air travel so ultimately the manufacturer of the product was responsible for certifying its safety that as boeing was under pressure amazing to bring out the seventy seven x. on the market because it was facing stiff competent. so what are boeing and the f.a.a. saying about this well that both parties are saying the process followed a regular routine and both parties declined to comment further now we have reports from the wall street journal though saying that one day after sunday's crash of
flight three hundred two the u.s. just the justice department issued a subpoena to at least one person seeking documents and further material when it comes to the plane's certification now in a criminal investigation into this whole story would be certainly a new twist to it more pressure for boeing there that transportation department is also probing the approval process of the seven through. the more we find out here the worse it gets i mean it's going from a crash crisis to something much bigger it's not getting any better it's not getting any better boeing is facing potentially facing financial claims from the victims' families not only the ones from indonesia but also the ones from ethiopia is facing potential change from airlines jets are grounded possibly further financial fallout if companies cancel their orders and the distrust in the company is growing and for a company who is relying on people's trust in their products day by day this is a very uncomfortable position to be crystal cooper as always thank you.
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