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Sunday, March 18, 2018

Bloggers with millions of viewers demanded from state Duma to change the anti-extremist law

Top videoblogger Runet appealed to the State Duma with a call to exclude his colleague Ruslan Sokolovsky’s list of extremists and terrorists Recentmanager. They noticed that one Board was delivered to the real terrorists and “pokemon catcher” jokes on Yoytube.

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A video appeal appeared on the channel Danila Cross — searching with more than one million subscribers. The video had been seen by about 340 thousand people.

In the video, the Cross says that the inclusion in the list of extremists and terrorists perhaps only on suspicion of committing a crime, but in the end a person loses the ability to have a Bank account and requested to survive only on 10 thousand roubles a month.

In addition to the Transverse, in support of Sokolowski in the video spoke and other opinion leaders Youtube and instagram: Eldar Dzarakhov, Eugene Popadynets, Lee K., Fedor Nechitailo, Elena Shadrina and others.

Completed Cross his video address to the deputies of the state Duma: “Dear Duma! You constantly want our opinion. Call us for all sorts of stupid Advice bloggers, which discusses not understand that, and so on. Here’s the specifics, and many help you what was the name and no”.

According to Cross-videoblogger want change and a clearer formulation of the article on extremism, exclusion Sokolowski from the list of Recipemanager, as well as the opportunity to appeal the stay there for any citizen of the Russian Federation.

Current situation the authors call “outrage on the legislative level,” and said that no longer “feel safe”.


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