The State Duma appreciated Mikhalkov’s words about “unshakable cultural figures” 16:29

State Duma deputy Elena Drapeko said that since everyone has the right to an opinion, people who do not support state policy cannot automatically be considered enemies of the state. She was quoted as saying “Reedus”.

“Yes, there are people in the creative community who do not like our policies. For example, they do not support a special military operation. These people are not our open enemies until they start taking any action to undermine the state,” he said.

According to Drapeko, the State Duma is aware of the danger that such cultural figures may commit anti-state actions in the future.

“If they start, they will be immediately tamed from an administrative or criminal standpoint,” he said.

Thus, Drapeko commented on the words of Nikita Mikhalkov. It has been said About the existence of a list of “unshakable cultural figures” in Russia. According to Mikhalkov, this includes those who remained in Russia but did not agree with the policies of the state.

Earlier in the Kremlin considered worthy Zahara Prilep.

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Source: Gazeta


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