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Tuesday, February 13, 2018

“The maniacs moved into the family”: Bastrykin criticized the decriminalization of domestic violence

The Chairman of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation Alexander Bastrykin, speaking at the Board office, stated the need to return to the topic of the decriminalization of domestic violence, believing that street crime has moved into foster care.

photo: kremlin.ru

According to him, the RF IC was against changes to the law dealing with domestic violence.

“Expelled, as I understand the subject of criminal law? Here, we are already reaping violence”, – said Bastrykin.

“We strangled the street crime against children. We fought, killers on the street anymore, but they moved to the family, and in foster families”, – said the head of the Department, proposing to return to this topic.

Recall that in January 2017, the State Duma adopted the draft law on the transfer of domestic beatings, for the first time, the number of criminal offences into the category of administrative offences. However, the second and subsequent facts of domestic violence are still allowed to leave in the number of criminal offences.

The media reported that the speaker of the lower house of Parliament, Vyacheslav Volodin said that in the development point of view concerning the draft law on decriminalization of minor beatings in the families of elected officials were guided by the principles of maintaining strong families and opinion polls showing that about 60% of Russian citizens loyal to family conflicts without consequences for health.

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