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Saturday, December 3, 2016

“Haste is good at catching of fleas”: Fedotov said the adoption of the amendments of Spring


The head of the Council on human rights under the President of the Russian Federation Mikhail Fedotov called on the senators of the Federation Council to reject the package of “anti-terrorism” laws Spring-Ozerov, triggering a wave of criticism from both the opposition and by many officials and public figures.

Recall that today the Federation Council should consider from 160 bills, while the all-time spring session, discussed only slightly more than 220 documents (rejected of them were only 2).

Fedotov, as reported by RIA “Novosti”, called after the rejection of the documents to establish an ad hoc conciliation Commission with the State Duma of the new convocation. According to human rights, “haste is good only in catching fleas, but not when creating laws.”

Read the appeal of the Congress of intellectuals to Putin on the amendments of Spring.

Recall that yesterday with a similar call was made by the former President of Tatarstan Mintimer Shaimiev, who asked senators from Tatarstan not to vote for the controversial package of bills.

It includes amendments, according to which Telecom operators will have six months to store all communications subscribers, which will lead to a significant increase in tariffs for the connection, in addition, the amendments reduce the age of criminal responsibility for the riots to 14 years, impose criminal penalties for failure to inform, complicate missionary activity, etc.

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