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Putin is suspected of extremism.
"I ask you to give instructions to verify the legitimacy of Putin's statements, including their compliance with Article 282 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation." .
MP writes "Just Russia" Ilya Ponomarev, in his address to the Russian Prosecutor General Yuri Chaika.
numerous "politically incorrect" remarks the president caused outrage alive MP, and recent attacks on Vladimir against the opposition, his head filled Ponomarev suspected of extremism.
Putin recently spoke about the opposition: "They also will try to make contact. What can we say in the end, come to me, Banderlog. "
Earlier the president also allowed himself to linguistic liberties against political opponents, calling the opposition "sheep."
Obviously Ponomarev remembered that Banderlog a small, vicious, stupid and mischievous monkeys from a story by Rudyard Kipling "Mowgli", as delegated with negative characteristics such as cowardice and herd behavior in the Indian literary tradition.
and in association with rams Banderlog give very very grim picture of the relationship to the president of the opposition. Together, these statements clearly allow Ponomarev VV suspect Putin of fueling hatred and extremism.
Statements by Prime Minister Vladimir Putin about the opposition should be checked for violations of Article 282 of the Criminal Code ("Extremism"). Such a request sent Deputy Prosecutor General Yuri Chaika party "Fair Russia" Ilya Ponomorev. Statement by MP posted in his blog.
Ponomarev previously proposed to prosecute the anti-Semitism United Russia Andrei Isayev, who said on Twitter, that the ranks of the opposition "zhideyut."