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Tuesday, February 20, 2018

“Martial law” in the state Duma demanded to create councils of morality

The Deputy of the State Duma from “Fair Russia” Elena Drapeko said about necessity of creation of advice on morality, which would be engaged in censorship in cinemas.

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“We offer — the words Drapeko TASS, is to return to the topic of the Council of morality. We are starting the third convocation were regularly introduced draft legislation that we need to have a body that could be solved by experts, must be shown in Russia or should not be.”

The adoption of the bill Drapeko explained that “in conditions of information war, we must begin to live according to the laws of war”.

According to the Deputy, the film “Death of Stalin”, the rental license of which was revoked two days before the premiere including with the filing Drapeko, harms the “morality and security of our country.”

Picture of the Deputy regards as one of the elements of the struggle with Russia, which is trying to destroy including “sport, in the economy.

Recall that, according to RBC, the recall of the permit has occurred against the background of the treatment of members of the Public Council under the Ministry of culture to the Prosecutor General with a request to put Medina on the inadmissibility of the show “the death of Stalin”.

Especially the members of the Council were offended that the picture comes out on the anniversary of the battle of Stalingrad, and before the election of the President of the Russian Federation.

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