December 28, 2012 13:51
Putin signs "anti-Magnitsky law"
MOSCOW. Dec 28 (Interfax) - President Vladimir Putin has signed the "Dima Yakovlev law," which retaliates against the U.S. Magnitsky Act.
The Kremlin reported on Friday that the president signed the law On Measures Affecting Individuals Involved in Violations of Fundamental Human Rights and Freedoms and Rights and Freedoms of the Citizens of the Russian Federation, which was adopted by the State Duma and approved by the Federation Council.
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