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Duma Suggests Prolonging Measures to Destabilize Russia


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Moscow, April 7 – Vasily Piskarev, chairman of the State Duma’s Security Committee, said the maximum prison sentence for actions that posed a death threat and aimed at destabilizing the situation in the Russian Federation has been proposed from 15 to 20 years.
Together with colleagues from the Committee on Security and Anti-Corruption, the deputies developed and amended the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, Piskarev wrote on his Telegram channel.

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“It was proposed to increase the maximum sentence for acts of intimidation that created a threat to kill people and aimed at destabilizing the situation in the country to 20 years (now 15 years),” said Piskarev.

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