Project on deprivation of citizenship for terrorism, has withdrawn from the state Duma
MOSCOW, 20 APR — RIA Novosti. The bill proposes to deprive the Russian citizenship of those convicted of terrorism, has withdrawn from the state Duma, told RIA Novosti source in the lower house of Parliament.
On Tuesday this bill was introduced by the leaders of four Duma factions — Vladimir Vasilyev (United Russia), Gennady Zyuganov (Communist party), Sergey Mironov (CF) and Vladimir Zhirinovsky (LDPR).
In the explanatory Memorandum they pointed out that this measure will become an additional protection from terrorism and help prevent such crime by individuals who have received Russian citizenship.
The document was revoked on technical, formal grounds, said the source Agency. “The text should be improved. It will perenesen the same composition authors,” he said.
Now the Constitution prohibits the deprivation of Russian citizenship.