The Parliament of Russia passed Anti-Terror Bill

Oct 26, 2013 14:56 IST

The lower house of Russian Parliament, Duma on 25 October 2013 approved a new legislation which makes punishment for terrorism more severe. The new legislation also requires terrorists’ relatives to pay for the damages caused in attacks.

The bill is expected to be approved in the upper house and be signed by President Vladimir Putin to become law. The bill further adds that training for terrorist activities is punishable by up to 10 years in prison. It also introduced a punishment of up to six years for those participating in a militant group on foreign soils.

Putin has taken a tough stance against the North Caucausus rebellion following two wars between the Russian army and Chechen separatists.

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