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Russia's upper chamber passed Friday a draft law clarifying the legal definition of the term "extremism"
Russia's upper chamber passed Friday a draft law clarifying the legal definition of the term "extremism." In line with the draft law, slander of state officials, including accusation of grave crimes, violence against officials, and hampering the work of authorities would be considered indicators of extremism. The term "extremism" also encompasses assassination attempts against statesmen and public figures, orchestrating riots, hooliganism and vandalism with ideological, political, religious, racial and ethnic motives, propaganda of racial, social, religious or ethnic superiority, and the production of corresponding printed, audio and visual materials. The lower chamber, the State Duma, backed the draft law in the third final reading on July 8.
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