* Free Media and Freedom of Speech
In Russia freedom of speech belongs to the state, although some print media in Russia remain lively and critical of the government. Russian mediaare not free, there have been questions about violations of the rights of journalists in US, by some of them that had been fired recently. As well as questioning why does Russia tends to be afully "democratic" state. Some citizens tried to create an independent television network called NTV, but they fail by being fired lately by government.
Recently Freedom House and theMagnitsky Act agreed to support part of trade relations which will include Moldova, as well as Russia. The main idea of this is to bring attention inside Russia for its civil society. New laws have beenwritten by Vladimir Lenin in which they designed a system "to protect the state from a individual, rather than to protect an individual from the state." This "news" are making Russian's afraid,Russian citizens and some organizations on human rights would like to create jail sentences of up to twenty years.
Putin signed the law named "foreign agent" where freedom can be considereda crime. Another group called HIV/AIDs are promoting environmental protection and human rights, with the help of Russian funds. Russia's freedom laws were compared with China, and Pakistan.Afterwards it was agreed that Russia's legislation is repressive.
This new laws are not liked by mostly anyone because it gives up unlikely targets for citizens.
Some people have tried toprotests against freedom of speech, because they say it's a really weak thing at Russia. Criticism is allowed, but when it gets too personal or turn into wild publications then punishments start.There are limits while talking about the president with personal decisions such as corruption or criminal aspects the state begins to crack down, which affects mostly everyone.
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