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Wednesday, January 17, 2018

The Ministry of communications has decided to ban in Russia of foreign Newspapers

The Ministry of communications has prepared a draft law on fines for the distribution in Russia of foreign print media, not having a domestic license.

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The document is published on the portal of legal regulations: it establishes the administrative responsibility for the dissemination “of foreign periodical printed publications without permission for the distribution on the territory of the Russian Federation”.

Under the Code of administrative violations, the penalty will be up to a thousand rubles for individuals and up to 30 thousand — for legal, in this edition they will be confiscated.

The bill already has caused bewilderment of experts: member of the Council on human rights under the RF President Pavel Chikov has offered the Ministry of communications also required to put on the account in police printers and copiers, and Deputy chief editor of “echo of MoscowVladimir Varfolomeev added his offer radios such practice actually existed in the USSR.

I would also printers and copiers on record in the police set https://t.co/FFaICs25DJ

— Pavel Chikov (@pchikov) August 4, 2017

In turn, the politician Dmitry Gudkov in connection with the proposal of the Ministry remembered about illegally passed in Russia in the XIX century copies of the “Bell” Alexander Herzen and the Ministry of communications has proposed to ban a number of obsolete technologies, from gramophone records to nodular letters.

“But in the XXI century. That’s what it means by the Minister charged with the dissertation” — summed up the Governor’s seat.


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