Russian President Putin has passed a law banning non-traditional sex, pedophilia and media propaganda that can lead to a gender reassignment.
Russian President Vladimir PutinLGBT propaganda is banned in the country by the law that was approved.
Accordingly, the dissemination of non-traditional sexual intercourse and pedophilia through the media, the Internet, advertisements, literary works and cinema can be considered illegal.
And in the same media, calls for changing the sex of young people were also included in the ban.
With the law, which also envisages the implementation of the mechanism that limits children’s access to hearing and viewing LGBT-related information, a government-licensed organization would be able to monitor.
Fines of up to 10 million rubles
Fines stipulated by the law, which fines real and legal persons in the country, foreigners and foreign media who propagandize LGBT people, pedophilia and gender reassignment, range from 50,000 Russian rubles (about $827) to 10 million. Russian. (About 165,290 dollars).
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