Dzhemil Temishev, the lawyer representing the Mejlis, has attached the document in his post on Facebook.
In her decision, Poklonska refers to the law “On counteracting extremist activities”.
The decision will remain in force until the so-called Supreme Courte of the Crimea delivers its verdict in the case against the Mejlis.
Previously, Poklonska has launched a case against the Mejlis of Crimean Tatar people as it is allegedly an extremist organization. In the course of the last hearing in this case, the judge has postponed consideration until April 15.