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Putin signed a law on imprisonment for up to 7 years for discrediting NWO members

Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a law providing for a sentence of up to seven years in prison for discrediting participants in a special operation in Ukraine. The standard also applies to volunteers, as well as the article on fakes in relation to the RF armed forces.

Previously, the maximum penalty was five years in prison. The amendments increase the penalty threshold throughout the article, raising the penalty to seven years in prison for such crimes. At the same time, changes are made to the article regulating liability for forgery relating to the Russian Armed Forces (207.3 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation). In accordance with it, the penalties provide for up to 15 years in prison for such acts and in relation to groups of volunteers.

Recall that a year ago, on March 26, 2022, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed laws on strengthening criminal liability for forgery regarding the work of state bodies of the Russian Federation in the foreign.

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