Tuesday, July 28, 2015

American "National Endowment for Democracy" banned by the Prosecutor General's Office in Russia

28 July 2015 16:23
American "National Endowment for Democracy" banned by the Prosecutor General's Office in Russia



Prosecutor General's Office acknowledged the undesirable activities in Russia of the American non-governmental organization "National Endowment for Democracy", the newspaper "Izvestia".

According to the agency, the Foundation participated in the recognition of the results of illegitimate election campaigns, the organization of political actions to influence the decisions taken by the government, discrediting the service in the Armed Forces of Russia. The organization for this purpose spent about $ 5.2 million in 2013-2014.

As highlighted in the report, "this decision is based on an analysis of the Fund.""Given the general orientation of the Fund, the prosecutor's office concluded that it is a threat to the foundations of the constitutional system of the Russian Federation, the defense and security of the state", - explained in the message GP.

Earlier it was reported that the Council of the Federation sent a "patriotic stop-list" with foreign NGOs in the Justice Ministry, Foreign Ministry and the Prosecutor General's Office. The list includes 12 companies. The main objective of the formation of patriotic "stop list" - to protect Russians from the influence of foreign countries, chairman of the Federation Council Committee on Constitutional Legislation and State Construction Klishas
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