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Monday, November 20, 2017

The state Duma will discuss the issue of screening MPs “Matilda” as early as possible

The first Deputy head of the Duma Committee on culture Elena Drapeko (“CP”) has prepared a legal assignment, which must be considered in the plenary hall: a famous actress and member requests as soon as possible to organize a show which caused a universal scandal of the movie “Matilda” in the walls of the state Duma.

A scene from the movie “Matilda”.

“In connection with a public profile and discussion surrounding the film, not only in society but in the state Duma, and in connection with the need to comment on this subject to the media, please instruct the Committee on culture to show the film in the state Duma in the nearest future,” – explained to journalists g-Zha Drapeko content, prepared the text of a legal assignment, which will be distributed in the meeting room.

G-Zha Drapeko said that the promise to show the film on Okhotny Ryad on October 26 (the day before this was announced by the head of the Committee for culture Stanislav Govorukhin) has not eased the poignancy of the issue: “the Situation is heating up, all squabbled in society and in the Duma, we call every day from the media and asked to comment on the matter, but no one have not seen the movie, and she Poklonskaya not seen.”

Itself g-n Govorukhin, in his words, the picture looked – like state Duma speaker Vyacheslav Volodin — he also commented on the situation.

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