‘Kids should not play adult games’: Khabarovsk Children’s rights commissioner asks Russians to not deliver kids to protests


The kids’s rights commissioner in Russia’s far japanese Khabarovsk Region has known as on mother and father to not take their kids to political rallies. She believes the marches pose “psychological danger” to children.

As the town Victoria Tregubenko defined that taking a toddler to an unauthorized march could possibly be interpreted by legislation as “improper performance of parental duties,” as exposing kids to “protest moods” might have damaging penalties for a “child’s psyche.”

“Such consequences can manifest themselves years later. At the very least, the child’s perception of life may be distorted. Children should not play adult games,” she stated.

Tregubenko additionally famous that kids could possibly be contaminated by Covid-19.

“It is not fully known how the disease affects a child’s body because the virus is only just being studied. Therefore, we must try to avoid the disease with all our might,” the ombudsperson defined. “Because of this, dear parents, do not go to mass public events yourself and do not take your children to them.”

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Saturday’s upcoming march would be the 22nd day-in-a-row of protests in help of former Governor Sergey Furgal. Last weekend, tens of 1000’s of individuals took to the streets of Khabarovsk in opposition to arrest of the extremely popular politician, who was arrested on July 9 on suspicion of ordering two profitable murders, and a 3rd failed homicide, relationship again to the 2000s. Many locals of Khabarovsk, which is over 6,000km from the capital, are infuriated that Furgal has been eliminated by federal powers and can stand trial so far-off, in Moscow.

Furgal has been the governor of the Khabarovsk Region since September 2018, when he defeated a candidate from the nation’s ruling celebration, United Russia. In 2019, because the native celebration figurehead, his Liberal Democratic Party gained 30 of 36 seats within the regional parliament.

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