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Sex-changing people want to prohibit the adoption of children in Russia

Sex-changing people want to prohibit the adoption of children in Russia
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Russia wants to prohibit the adoption of children to people after sex change or same-sex couples. The corresponding bill was submitted to the State Duma.

According to "Merchant”, All in the field of guardianship and trusteeship are planning to make several changes. The document was developed by a group of senators led by Elena Mizulina.

In addition to the adoption clause, the deputies also decided to prohibit marriage after gender reassignment. Also, adopted children will be banned from returning to the orphanage three years after living in the family. Brothers and sisters are allowed to adopt only together.

Deputies will also decide the fate of the law on the introduction of a ban on the removal of children by guardianship authorities without a court decision. At the same time, 11 cases are being specified when the child is left without parental care. At the same time, on long business trips, parents will be able to appoint a guardian. When transferring to temporary custody, the opinions of children from ten years old will be taken into account.

Relatives of children who have been left without parental care will be prohibited from abandoning custody of the remaining children due to low incomes or housing problems. Guardianship authorities will be prohibited from checking the living conditions of the child without consent to enter the apartment or house of residents.

According to the press service of Elena Mizulina, in total about 1,5 thousand legislative proposals were considered for the preparation of the new law, the deputies analyzed more than 280 legal acts and monitored the legislation in the family sphere.

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