The Russian government supported the project on the right to use arms for all bailiffs 16:49

The Government Commission on Legislative Activities approved the draft law of the Ministry of Justice of Russia to authorize all employees of the enforcement agencies of the Russian Federation to use physical force, firearms and special equipment in some cases. This was reported by TASSAccording to information provided by a source close to the commission.

“The government’s Legislative Activities Committee supported the bill,” the source said.

The agency explains that changes have been made to the “Law on Compulsory Executive Bodies of the Russian Federation”. Current regulations allow the use of physical force, special tools and firearms only by bailiffs to ensure the established order of court activities. It was announced that these bailiffs must undergo special training, undergo a military medical examination, and also periodically test their fitness for such actions.

Before that, the head of the State Duma Committee on Family, Women and Children, Nina Ostanina, stated that in the Russian Criminal Code: contains A sufficient number of articles providing for punishment, including domestic violence.

Previously in Tatarstan reported About the law on the provision of rare medicines to citizens.

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