Unfortunately for the Kremlinthe offending phrase has now become the only thing people are talking about. Perhaps there was more to things than met the eye? Speaking with The IndependentMr Volkov said that the authorities had set themselves up for ridicule.
Under the new laws, such conduct qualifies as an administrative offence. In parallel with the aforementioned amendments, Art. The present article is written in the attempt to explore whether the recent Russian legislation is compatible with international standards of human rights protection deriving from the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the European Convention on Human Rights and the relevant jurisprudence of international bodies.
Russian journalists accusing a senior lawmaker of sexual harassment faced criticism and insinuation themselves at a parliamentary hearing this week, including suggestions they may have been part of a conspiracy -- and that one was overly "intrusive" in dealing with her alleged harasser. The Russian-language news site Meduza obtained leaked audio from the March 21 closed hearing held by a parliamentary Ethics Commission to examine the accusations against Leonid Slutsky, head of the Foreign Affairs Committee in Russia's lower house of parliament, the State Duma. At least three female journalists have accused Slutsky of making crude, unwelcome advances, including inappropriate touching and attempts to kiss them.
In Moscow, the security forces detained an employee of the Moscow Prosecutor's Office, who is suspected of involvement in the murder of his friend, year-old Dmitry Nekrasov, who also worked in the supervisory authority. This is reported by the Telegram channelnoting that most likely the criminal case against the detainee can be initiated under Art. A source at Znak.
A mother in the city of Yekaterinburg has lost custody of two children because of suspicions that she was planning a sex change after undergoing breast reduction surgery. In a Facebook post published on Wednesday, Savinovskikh defended having her breast size reduced, saying it would make it easier for her to do physical exercise with her children and dog. She said child protection services had seized the two boys despite her showing them a note from the hospital where the surgery was performed.
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The flood of news stories from a country as large, diverse and strange as the Russian Federation often appears to be is far too large for anyone to keep up with. Consequently, Windows on Eurasia each week presents a selection of these other and typically neglected stories at the end of each week. Even then, it is far from complete, but perhaps one or more of these stories will prove of broader interest. Igor Eidman says that Vladimir Putin may show his chest as often as he likes but with age, he is becoming a sex symbol only for Russian pensioners, his political base facebook.
Their aim was to preserve the work of the authors regularly appearing in these journals, and also — through translations of contemporary theologians and philosophers — to find new authors including Thomas Merton, Karl Rahner and Joseph Ratzingerand familiarize the Polish public with books that were not being issued by the state publishing houses. Apparently Zbigniew Herbert sometimes slept on the sofa there. After Znak began to develop rapidly and dynamically.
In parallel with the aforementioned amendments, Art. The recently adopted Russian federal legislation provides for imposition of the so-called 'administrative' sanctions for dissemination of any information regarding issues related to 'social equality' of diverse sexual orientations or gender identities 'among minors' for certain purposes listed in the relevant provision. Under the new laws, such conduct qualifies as an administrative offence. The present article is written in the attempt to explore whether the recent Russian legislation is compatible with international standards of human rights protection deriving from the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the European Convention on Human Rights and the relevant jurisprudence of international bodies.