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The State Duma Committee on Information Policy will hold an open discussion of initiatives related to the prohibition of propaganda on non-traditional values in autumn. The head of the committee, Alexander Khinshtein, wrote about this on his Telegram channel.
The edict if passed could cause consternation in Western corporate media as the Press, Radio and television broadcasting which is available in Russia promotes gay lifestyles.
According to Khinshtein, the existing ban on the promotion of non-traditional sexual relations among children is ‘clearly not enough.’ Therefore, the committee will propose to distribute it regardless of the age of the audience in the media, the Internet, social networks, online cinemas and offline.
In addition, the deputies will support the expansion of Art. 6.21 of the Code of Administrative Offenses (applies only to propaganda among minors), as well as separately for establishing stricter liability for propaganda of paedophilia.
It is proposed to expand the ban on the promotion of non-traditional values among children and prohibit the dissemination of ‘any other information that demonstrates non-traditional sexual relations and perversions.’
Earlier, Vyacheslav Volodin says ‘after Russia left the Council of Europe , the demands to legalize same-sex marriage in the country are a thing of the past. Volodin also stated that ‘all attempts to impose alien values on our society have failed.’
The need to find an antidote for new non-traditional ethical principles that come from the West was also announced in December at the annual press conference by President Vladimir Putin. At the same time, the head of state also said that there has not been and will not be discrimination in Russia, including on the basis of sexual orientation.
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Russia withdrew from the Council of Europe on March 16, having been a member for 26 years. According to the head of the Russian delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) Petr Tolstoy, the NATO countries that are members of the council ‘have been using the topic of human rights all this time to realize their own geopolitical interests and attacks on our country.’
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