Meadow tied his inclusion in the “Magnitsky list” with the project of online-cinemas
© Artur Lebedev/TASS
MOSCOW, January 13. /TASS/. State Duma Deputy from LDPR Andrei Lugovoi tied to its recent inclusion in the “Magnitsky list” with a resonant bill, which sets a limit of 20% on foreign ownership of online-cinemas and introduces them to a number of limitations. Today, the lower house of the Russian Parliament is considering the document in the first reading, the liberal Democrat is one of its author.
Lugovoy did not rule out that the United States can accuse him of use of Meldonium
“Your humble servant was recently added to the “Magnitsky list”, including, maybe, because this kind of law,” Lugovoi said at the meeting, presenting his initiative. He recalled that the bill “sparked heated debate in the media, as well as other laws that regulate certain actions in the global network, which today significantly influence the formation of public opinion .”
“We’ve had a number of bills that we have limited the action of certain services or services in the territory of the Russian Federation, which caused such a heated debate. It is clear that all this hoopla in the media was launched mainly from abroad,” – says meadow.
Roskomnadzor: project about online cinema is “healthy protectionist” in nature
USA in early January expanded the list of Russian citizens subject to sanctions in the framework of the “Magnitsky act”, as announced by the U.S. Treasury Department. The black list included the head of the Investigative Committee of Russia Alexander Bastrykin, as well as Stanislav Gordievsky, Dmitry Kovtun, Andrei Lugovoi and Gennady Plaksin. According to the Russian press, Plaksin in the past was the head of “Universal savings Bank” and Gordievsky worked in the structure of the UK.