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Russia: Supreme Court bans ‘LGBT movement’ and labels it ‘extremist organisation’

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In an unprecedented move, Russia’s Supreme Court has ruled that the so-called “international LGBT movement” is an “extreme organisation.” In a closed hearing on 30 November, the top court ruled in favour of the Justice Ministry’s lawsuit that claimed the “LGBT movement” had incited social and religious discord.

Russian criminal law currently states that participating in, or financing an extremist organisation is punishable by up to 12 years imprisonment.

Even displaying such “extremist” symbols can lead an individual to face up to 15 days in a detention centre or up to four years in prison for continued presentation of one.

Those individuals who are suspected of being involved in extremist activities can be added to a list and have their bank accounts frozen. “The authorities move apparently serves a dual purpose” Tanya Lokshina, associate Europe and Central Asia director of Human Rights Watch, highlighted that “the authorities move apparently serves a dual purpose.” She continued: “It is meant to increase the scapegoating of LGBT people to appeal to the Kremlin’s conservative supporters before the March 2024 presidential vote and to paralyse the work of rights groups countering discrimination and supporting LGBT people.” READ MORE: Putin signs some of world’s harshest anti-trans legislation into Russian law The decision comes just two days after (28 November) seven prominent Russian rights groups said that a decision to support the Justice Ministry’s lawsuit would be discriminatory and violate countless rights.

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