Putin Faces a Tough Choice Over an Anti-Terrorism Bill
MIN READJun 30, 2016 | 03:01 GMT
Riot police last year at a march in Moscow in memory of assassinated Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov. Among other things, Russia's anti-terrorism law would criminalize public incitement of unrest.
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The upper house of Russia's parliament approved an anti-terrorism bill on Wednesday that, while stripped of its toughest proposals, is still being called some of the most repressive legislation since Soviet times. The bill went so far that even Vladimir Putin loyalists are pushing back on the legislation, an unheard of development. The Russian president must now decide whether to sign the bill into law....
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