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Saturday, January 20, 2018

“The Deputy Khudyakov suggested “planting” for insulting Putin”


The state Duma is preparing a bill providing for prison term for insulting the President of Russia. The protection of honor and dignity of the head of state, the Deputy from the LDPR Roman Khudyakov started after viewing the offensive video on the Internet.


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In the photo: Roman Khudyakov

MP Roman Khudyakov has attended to the issue of protection of honor and dignity of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Videos and photoshop contest hosted on the Network, so angered the people that he had initiated the draft law on liability for insult of the President of the Russian Federation.

In an interview with Izvestia, he said that about the insults of Putin on the Internet he said his constituents in the Tambov region. “Sent me a link to an offensive video to understand why such movie is in the public domain”, – the Deputy told.

According to him, this video has offended him to the core. He even sent complaints to the Prosecutor General Yuri Chaika and the head of the RCDS Alexander Bastrykin with a request to initiate a criminal case on this fact. Even now, says the Khudyakov, it is possible to find justice for respecting Russian leader — of the authors of the video are subject to article 319 of the criminal code, which foresees up to one year of correctional work.

Khudyakov proposes to punish for insulting the President more severely. Interestingly, a sample taken from the law on the protection of honor and dignity of President of the USSR, which provided for imprisonment up to three years, using the media to six.

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