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WorldAsiaA bill has been submitted to the State Duma to ban officials from owning property in 'hostile countries'

A bill has been submitted to the State Duma to ban officials from owning property in ‘hostile countries’

The LDPR party has presented a bill prohibiting civil servants from owning property in “hostile countries”. The relevant bill has been published in the Support System for Legislative Activity (SOZD).

The Liberal Democratic Party proposes to prohibit State Duma deputies “from having real estate in foreign states and territories that commit hostile actions against the Russian Federation, Russian legal entities.”

“In today’s realities, the introduction of such a ban has become more relevant than ever. The aggression of the collective West and its satellites towards Russia and the Russophobia they exhibit as a whole continue to escalate,” the explanatory note states.

It is assumed that this law should apply to citizens who replace or hold public office in the Russian Federation and constituent entities of the Russian Federation.

In February, Sultan Khamzaev, a member of the State Duma’s security committee, offered to forcibly “chip” officials vacationing abroad. According to him, it is necessary to carry out monitoring with officials and determine the “risk group”. Khamzaev referred to this group of those who have traveled, are leaving and wish to go on vacation abroad. These officials must be equipped with satellite sensors – “for their own safety”, believes the deputy.

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