In Zaporizhzhia, they showed how expulsion for discrediting Russia looks like
In accordance with the decrees of the heads of the military-civilian administrations of the Kherson region and Zaporozhye, citizens who discredit Russian government agencies and obstruct the work of local officials may face expulsion within 24 hours
The authorities of the part of Zaporozhye occupied by Russian troops showed what the process of expulsion from the region looks like for “activities aimed at obstructing the work of the military-civilian administration” and “discrediting the bodies of the Russian Federation”. The video was published by the civil-military administration of the Zaporozhye region.
Decrees on the introduction of such a measure as expulsion from the territories of the regions were issued in July by the authorities of Zaporozhye and the Kherson region. They prohibit in the regions obstructing the activities of military-civilian administrations and volunteers, discrediting Russia’s foreign policy and the actions of Russian government agencies, disseminating knowingly false information about them, as well as “creating a threat to public security in other forms.” Public events without the consent of the current authorities and “creating a threat to public safety in other forms” are also prohibited.
Those who violated the norms of the decree may be forcibly expelled from the region within 24 hours by decision of the military commander.
In Russia, citizens can also face liability for discrediting the use of the Russian Armed Forces: both administrative (Article 20.3.3. of the Code of Administrative Offenses) and criminal (Article 280.3 of the Criminal Code). According to the Code of Administrative Offenses, the punishment provides for a fine of up to 50 & ndash; 100 thousand rubles, according to the Criminal Code— from fines to imprisonment for up to five years.
Since the beginning of hostilities in Ukraine, the southern and central parts of the Zaporozhye region (Melitopol, Berdyansk, Energodar) have come under Russian control. The Kherson region is controlled almost entirely by the Russian authorities.
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