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Activity
Campaigns
To change public opinion...
Vesna Democratic Movement
METRO 24
Our team
«
Vesna
» (rus
.
«Spring»)

nongovernmental
,
nonpartisan youth democratic movement
,
founded in Saint-Petersburg in winter 2013
.
Activists of «
Vesna
» are members of different liberal youth movements of Saint-Petersburg
.
"Dima Yakovlev law" campaign
Night Buses
To build democratic future!
spb-vesna.ru
"It's bicycles time"
Jonge Democraten &
I
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B
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r
u
s
partner seminar in S-Petersburg
Freedom, Equality, Adequacy
"State Fool Duma of a year"
1) Law on criminal responsibility (up to 5 years) for violation of the discipline at public events (rallies, demonstrations)

2) Law banning advertising on pay channels

3) Initiative to ban foreign words if they have Russian analogs

4) Law on criminal responsibility for public calls for separatism

5) Initiative to impose a restriction on having sex for the Russians

6) The law on criminal liability for insulting patriotic feelings of the citizens

7) Law banning the import and production of synthetic lace lingerie

8) Initiative to ban "pornography" on the hundred-ruble banknote
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