The Council on human rights under the President of Russia (HRC) will continue its work on the promotion of the establishment of administrative Amnesty in Russia, said the head of the Council Valery Fadeev.
Previously, the HRC has offered to carry out administrative Amnesty of fines for violation of self-isolation, if these cases did not result in negative consequences, the report at the disposal of RIA Novosti.
The number of attempts to attract journalists for fake news in the regions of the Russian Federation during a pandemic COVID-19 has increased, according to data of the monitoring center for the protection of media rights, which publishes the website of the Council under RF President on development of civil society and human rights.
According to the monitoring center, the greatest number of violations – 20 - recorded in January. In June recorded five violations in may and six in April, five in March, eight in February - 13.
You need to see how will work the bills proposed to improve the Family code of the Russian Federation, said the Commissioner for human rights in the Sverdlovsk region, member of the Council on human rights (HRC) under the President of the Russian Federation Tatyana Merzlyakova.
Introduced in the state Duma the package contains amendments to 10 laws. In particular, clarifies the provisions of the law on principles of prevention of neglect and offenses of minors in order to reduce cases of interference in the family, including limited to list and clarify the grounds for recognition of the children being in socially dangerous situation.
The Council on human rights under the President of Russia (HRC) is launching a series of consultations with experts on the implementation of amendments to Russian legislation will primarily address the topics of reforming the system of local governments, the judiciary, digitization, said the head of the Council Valery Fadeev.
"The Council on human rights, we begin a series of consultations with experts on issues of implementation of constitutional amendments in the Russian legislation. Attention will be primarily focused on reforming the system of local governments, the judiciary, in application of digital technologies, and environmental problems and education of children," are available on the website of the Council of the word Fadeev.
The Council on human rights under the President of Russia (HRC) offers to carry out administrative Amnesty issued to citizens of fines for violation of self-isolation, if these cases did not result in negative consequences, the report at the disposal of RIA Novosti.
"The Chairman of the Council Valery Fadeev proposed to abolish the pre-trial order, not only those penalties that have accrued as a result of application failures, "Social monitoring", but all other fines for violation of self-isolation, if these cases did not result in negative consequences (e.g., unauthorized abandonment of place of residence was infected with another person). If the purpose of penalties was to reduce the cases of violation of isolation, that their abolition already does for this purpose will not affect", - says the report.
Executive Secretary of the Council on human rights under President of Russia (HRC) Alexander Tochenov said that the sentence of the Pskov journalist Svetlana Prokopieva in the form of a fine of 500 thousand rubles for public justification of terrorism overstated, but unpunished, the case could not stay.
In the air of "Echo of Moscow in Pskov" in November of 2018 left channel, where Prokop was talking about the attack, which occurred shortly before the building of the FSB in the Arkhangelsk. The text of the transmission was laid out in the shape of the article "Repression of the state" in the publication "the Pskov news". Subsequently, the article and broadcast transmission have been removed at the request of Roskomnadzor, the media and both fined on 350 thousand rubles. Regional SUS'k of the Russian Federation filed a case of public justification of terrorism with the media (part 2 of article 205.2 of the criminal code).
Regional interim working group of the HRC to monitor the voting on amendments to the Constitution of Russia in Moscow said that the event was held in line with generally accepted standards, according to the website of the Council on human rights under the President of the Russian Federation.
A meeting of the group took place on 3 July, it is the social activists discussed the voting process, the observers ' work and commissions, as well as compliance with sanitary-epidemiological requirements at the polls.
The practice of electronic voting needs to be expanded, it can be an example for other countries, said the head of the Council under RF President on development of civil society and human rights Valery Fadeev.
Very important, according to the head of the HRC that the results of e-voting in Moscow is very close to what shown by traditional voting by ballot.
A nationwide vote on amendments to the Constitution passed without serious problems, but attempts to undermine its legitimacy, said the co-founder of the Association "Independent public monitoring" (MR.), member of the HRC Alexander Brod.
"Association "Independent public monitoring" the vote concludes that it has passed without serious problems, but with serious attempts to undermine its legitimacy that has failed," said Ford at a press briefing of the situational center OP of the Russian Federation.
CEC established its monitoring group to track messages on deficiencies and shortcomings in the vote on the amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation, said the CEC Chairman, Ella Pamfilova.
Voting on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation began across the country on June 25, it will last until 1 July.
Proposed by Russian President Vladimir Putin the support of the population - evidence that the government is ready to help people, these measures follow the spirit of the amendments to the Constitution, said RIA Novosti Deputy Chairman of the Council on human rights under the President of Russia (HRC) Irina Kirkor.
Putin earlier on Tuesday announced that from January 2021 revenues in excess of 5 million rubles will be taxed at personal income tax with a rate of 13%, and 15% with be taxed at the new rate will be only that portion of income that exceeds 5 million rubles. According to the President, this measure will allow to attract about 60 billion rubles. The proceeds from the personal income tax increase would go only to the treatment of children with orphan diseases.
Regional interim working group of the HRC to monitor the voting in Moscow appealed to the CEC with a request to restrict the information and agitation at polling stations, said the coordinator of the group, Igor Borisov.
A nationwide vote on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation will be held on 1 July. To participate in the distance learning format of voting can the residents of two pilot regions - Moscow and Nizhny Novgorod region. Electronic voting will be held from 25 to 30 June.
Executive Secretary of the Council on human rights under President of Russia (HRC) Alexander Tochenov believes that measures to support the IT industry will provide a breakthrough in the country.
Earlier on Tuesday, Russian President Vladimir Putin in his address to the Russians proposed to hold in the IT industry tax maneuver, significantly reduce the load on the wage Fund and to reduce the rate of insurance contributions indefinitely to 7.6% from the current 14%. According to Putin, it will be one of the lowest in the world. He also proposed to permanently reduce the tax rate on profits for companies in the information technologies sector to 3% from the current 20%.
The head of the Commission for international cooperation of the Council on human rights under the President of Russia (HRC) Alexander Brod plans to offer the Russian authorities to exchange convicted of espionage American Paul Whelan on the Russian Bogdan Osipov, was sentenced in U.S. for kidnapping her own child.
Earlier the Moscow city court sentenced Whelan to 16 years in a strict regime colony. The prosecution asked for 18 years. The American in the final statement said that espionage was not involved.