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Sunday, September 17, 2017

In the St. Petersburg Parliament has ceased to let men without ties

The St. Petersburg Parliament Deputy Boris Vishnevsky said that in the Legislative Assembly (Zaks) of the city stopped to let the men without ties.

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He said that in the building for a meeting with the head of the Commission of the legislative Assembly, in particular, could not get the head of the hospital of war veterans Maksim Kabanov. The result Vishnevskomu had to lend him his tie, which Boars and removed immediately upon passing the turnstile. “They are obliged to pass even without pants,” joked the MP.

While Wisniewski said that such restrictions both for visitors and the assistants of deputies illegal: “Any restrictions of clothing style, first, can be only Advisory, and second – can relate only to civil servants. Man has the right to go without a tie”.

Wisniewski promised tomorrow to deal with the problem and “fix the situation”.

We will add that earlier the speaker of the Petersburg Parliament Vyacheslav Makarov has demanded from deputies required to wear the St. George ribbon and was offended by the caricature, which was presented in the form of Mephistopheles. In addition, Makarov tried to introduce in the legislative Assembly of the elements of the dress code, and publicly otrokov at the meeting the official from the Committee for city planning and architecture: it isn’t arranged her blouse and cardigan.


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