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About 20 organizations may be deemed undesirable after the elections in Russia

About 20 organizations may be deemed undesirable after the elections in Russia
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In Russia, the State Duma commission to investigate the interference of foreign states in internal affairs plans to recognize at least 20 more foreign NGOs undesirable. According to lawmakers, they called on the largest social networks to ignore the requirements of Russian legislation on the removal and blocking of content prohibited before the elections.

According to TASS, foreign companies, according to the head of the commission Vasily Piskarev, planned to influence the elections in Russia. To do this, they called on Facebook, Twitter and Google not to comply with the requirements of Russian legislation. The commission has already prepared a corresponding appeal to the Prosecutor General's Office.

Piskarev added that these foreign non-profit organizations planned in this way to influence the choice of Russians, giving them clues about their preferences during the voting.

 

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