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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

The interior Ministry has cancelled the decision on granting citizenship of the Russian Federation bomber Jalilova


The interior Ministry announced the cancellation of the decision of the St. Petersburg Department of the Federal migration service in 2009, has granted Russian citizenship to the executor of the terrorist act in the subway About Jalilova. The Agency cites the decision of the Smolninsky district court, according to which the fact of representation by Jalilova false information in an application for citizenship.

The possibility of cancellation of decisions on issues of citizenship spelled out in article 22 of the Federal law “On Citizenship”.

Note that on 21 April in the state Duma re-introduced a bill, which specifies grounds for revocation of citizenship. In the document, which is already available in the database of the lower house of the Russian Parliament, it is about the acquisition of Russian citizenship on false documents or with intent to commit a crime of extremist and terrorist nature.

The head of the Duma Committee on legislation Pavel Krasheninnikov stressed that we are not talking about deprivation of citizenship, namely the annulment of the Russian authorities, RIA Novosti reported.

Krasheninnikov explained: the cases of providing false information. This is when a person asks for citizenship is not to actually become a citizen, namely, to commit terrorist attacks.

The terrorist attack in the subway of St. Petersburg. Chronicle of events
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