“The court ... registered a case of an administrative offense under Part 1 of Article 20.3.3 of the Code of Administrative Offenses of Russia,” the service writes.

The person involved in the case in a crowded place held a poster “No to war” and shouted a similar slogan, thereby forming the opinion of those around him about the participation of the Russian Armed Forces in the war, and not in a special operation.

“The court imposed a fine of 35,000 rubles,” the service’s Telegram channel reported.

On March 4, the Federation Council approved a law on criminal punishment and large fines for fakes about the actions of the Russian Armed Forces and their discrediting.

Senator Olga Kovitidi, a member of the Federation Council Committee on Constitutional Legislation and State Building, commented in an interview with RT on the approval of the law on criminal penalties and large fines for fakes about the actions of the Russian Armed Forces and their discrediting.

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