The Tushino court of Moscow has refused satisfaction of the statement of Fund of struggle against corruption (FBK) on the inaction of the Minister of the Russian Federation for Open government Mikhail Abyzov in connection with the filing of the petition on the abolition of anti-terrorism legislative package (“Spring package”). About TASS reported in the court.
“The court today announced its decision to satisfy the request denied,” – said the Agency interlocutor.
The Complainants state that was sent to open government a petition with signatures, but to date has not been received. “We will appeal against the inaction of the state body that did not respond to a petition signed by 100 thousand people”, – he explained to the court the lawyer of FBK Ivan Zhdanov.
In August of last year the petition for the abolition of anti-terrorism laws developed by the MP Irina Yarovaya and Senator Viktor Ozerov, scored on the Russian public initiatives (ROI) required for the consideration of 100 thousand votes. The petition noted that “the implementation of the provisions of this law, requires enormous resources and may lead to the bankruptcy of many Internet companies, as well as infringes on the rights of man.”
A package of anti-terror laws, signed on 7 July 2016, the Russian President, July 1, 2018 obliges the Telecom operators for three years to store data on the facts of reception, transmission, delivery and processing of voice information and text messages, images, sounds and videos. The bulk of the content – images, sounds and video operators must keep six months. All of this information will also need to provide at the request of the security services.