Russia-Anti-mask Regulation/HK

Anti-mask regulation good for HK social stability: Russian official

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Moscow, Russia - Recent (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of people chatting in circle
2. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Alexander Khinshtein, First Deputy Chairman, State Duma Committee on Security and Anti-Corruption Measures:
"We are quite clear that face-concealing may be abused, and anonymity may cause serious consequence, because any protest may be taken advantage of by political forces, to trigger unrests."
3. Various of people chatting in circle
4. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Alexander Khinshtein, First Deputy Chairman, State Duma Committee on Security and Anti-Corruption Measures:
"Undoubtedly, the amendment provides possibility for the nation and authorities to monitor such events and to ensure that violators can be identified and held responsibility. It is an effective means and can force participants to act in accordance with the law and not to violate the regulations."
5. Various of people walking in building
6. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Alexander Khinshtein, First Deputy Chairman, State Duma Committee on Security and Anti-Corruption Measures (partially overlaid with shot 7):
"I think the anti-mask regulation will be good for Hong Kong to restore its social order and stability. If protesters conceal their faces, they may feel that they will not be punished. So it should not be tolerated in any circumstance."
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7. People walking downstairs
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8. Words on building facade reading "State Duma"
9. Russia's national flag on building
10. Various of traffic in front of State Duma building

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A Russian official said that anti-mask regulation will play a positive role in safeguarding the social stability in Hong Kong and disciplining the rioters who deliberately disguise their identities to avoid punishment.

The government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region enacted an anti-mask regulation on Friday last week with an aim to stop violence and end the chaos that has been going on in Hong Kong for months.

Alexander Khinshtein, First Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Security and Anti-Corruption Measures, said that Russia has similar regulations.

Russia enacted an amendment to its law on assemblies, meetings, demonstrations, marches and picketings in 2012 and stipulated that participants in public events may not conceal their faces, including through the use of masks, means of disguise or other items, to make them more difficult to identify.

Khinshtein said that it is necessary and legitimate to introduce such a regulation.

"We are quite clear that face-concealing may be abused, and anonymity may cause serious consequence, because any protest may be taken advantage of by political forces, to trigger unrests," said Khinshtein.

According to Russia's anti-mask regulation, if participants conceal their faces to make them difficult to identify, they may be removed from the site of the public event. Meanwhile, the event's organizers will face fines as a punishment.

Khinshtein said that the regulation has been very effective in Russia, as the participants seldom conceal their faces in public events after the regulation came into effect.

"Undoubtedly, the amendment provides possibility for the nation and authorities to monitor such events and to ensure that violators can be identified and held responsibility. It is an effective means and can force participants to act in accordance with the law and not to violate the regulations," said Khinshtein.

Khinshtein also stressed that main Western countries such as the United States have enacted the anti-mask law long time ago, and it is necessary for the HK government to introduce such a law to maintain social order, as protesters who conceal their face to avoid punishment for violations will never learn to restrain themselves.

"I think the anti-mask regulation will be good for Hong Kong to restore its social order and stability. If protesters conceal their faces, they may feel that they will not be punished. So it should not be tolerated in any circumstance," said Khinshtein.

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  • Published : 2019-10-10 12:07
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  • Location : Moscow,Russia
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  • Duration : 1'44
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Russia-Anti-mask Regulation/HK

Anti-mask regulation good for HK social stability: Russian official

Dateline : Recent

Location : Moscow,Russia

Duration : 1'44

  • English
  • Pусский
  • Español


Moscow, Russia - Recent (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of people chatting in circle
2. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Alexander Khinshtein, First Deputy Chairman, State Duma Committee on Security and Anti-Corruption Measures:
"We are quite clear that face-concealing may be abused, and anonymity may cause serious consequence, because any protest may be taken advantage of by political forces, to trigger unrests."
3. Various of people chatting in circle
4. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Alexander Khinshtein, First Deputy Chairman, State Duma Committee on Security and Anti-Corruption Measures:
"Undoubtedly, the amendment provides possibility for the nation and authorities to monitor such events and to ensure that violators can be identified and held responsibility. It is an effective means and can force participants to act in accordance with the law and not to violate the regulations."
5. Various of people walking in building
6. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Alexander Khinshtein, First Deputy Chairman, State Duma Committee on Security and Anti-Corruption Measures (partially overlaid with shot 7):
"I think the anti-mask regulation will be good for Hong Kong to restore its social order and stability. If protesters conceal their faces, they may feel that they will not be punished. So it should not be tolerated in any circumstance."
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
7. People walking downstairs
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
8. Words on building facade reading "State Duma"
9. Russia's national flag on building
10. Various of traffic in front of State Duma building


A Russian official said that anti-mask regulation will play a positive role in safeguarding the social stability in Hong Kong and disciplining the rioters who deliberately disguise their identities to avoid punishment.

The government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region enacted an anti-mask regulation on Friday last week with an aim to stop violence and end the chaos that has been going on in Hong Kong for months.

Alexander Khinshtein, First Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Security and Anti-Corruption Measures, said that Russia has similar regulations.

Russia enacted an amendment to its law on assemblies, meetings, demonstrations, marches and picketings in 2012 and stipulated that participants in public events may not conceal their faces, including through the use of masks, means of disguise or other items, to make them more difficult to identify.

Khinshtein said that it is necessary and legitimate to introduce such a regulation.

"We are quite clear that face-concealing may be abused, and anonymity may cause serious consequence, because any protest may be taken advantage of by political forces, to trigger unrests," said Khinshtein.

According to Russia's anti-mask regulation, if participants conceal their faces to make them difficult to identify, they may be removed from the site of the public event. Meanwhile, the event's organizers will face fines as a punishment.

Khinshtein said that the regulation has been very effective in Russia, as the participants seldom conceal their faces in public events after the regulation came into effect.

"Undoubtedly, the amendment provides possibility for the nation and authorities to monitor such events and to ensure that violators can be identified and held responsibility. It is an effective means and can force participants to act in accordance with the law and not to violate the regulations," said Khinshtein.

Khinshtein also stressed that main Western countries such as the United States have enacted the anti-mask law long time ago, and it is necessary for the HK government to introduce such a law to maintain social order, as protesters who conceal their face to avoid punishment for violations will never learn to restrain themselves.

"I think the anti-mask regulation will be good for Hong Kong to restore its social order and stability. If protesters conceal their faces, they may feel that they will not be punished. So it should not be tolerated in any circumstance," said Khinshtein.

ID : 8123996

Published : 2019-10-10 12:07

Last Modified : 2019-10-10 19:47:02

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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