World News   Moscow   Politics   Political Law (14)
Moscow, Political Law Timeline Monday, April 9 Bookmark and Share     Author
Search World News Atlas:
  Putin signs anti-U.S. adoption bill
World News (12) World Political Law (192) Moscow (242) Politics (181) Political Law (14)
2015 (1) 2014 (3) 2012 (6) 2009 (1) 2000 (3)
Political Law on Wikipedia Political Law on Web

Putin (162)   2014 Pro Russian Conflict in Ukraine (229)   Annexation (7)   Euromaidan (108)   Adoption (18)
  Russia condemns 'lawlessness' in eastern Ukraine
  Russia's Putin signs law against 'undesirable' NGOs  The Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a bill which allows foreign organisations to be banned from operating in the country Russia backs law on web data storage  Russia's lower house of parliament has passed a law requiring internet companies to store Russian citizens' personal data inside the country   Putin signs Crimea annexation law

year 2015 Top ^


year 2014 Top ^

  President Vladimir Putin has signed a law formalising Russia's takeover of Crimea from Ukraine, despite fresh sanctions from the EU and the US
  Russia accused far-right groups of 'conniving' with the new authorities, as pro-Moscow forces consolidated their hold on their neighbor's peninsula

year 2012 Top ^

  Russian President has signed into law a ban on Americans adopting Russian orphans. The law is a reaction to the US Magnitsky Act
 The U.S. State Department said it 'deeply regrets' the new Russian law
Dec.26 Russian anti-U.S. adoption bill advances
  Russia's upper house of parliament has approved a controversial measure banning adoption of Russian children by U.S. families
Dec.20   Putin backs ban on US adoptions
  Russian President Vladimir Putin has defended a ban on Americans adopting Russian children, which has been proposed by the Russian parliament
Dec.19 Russia may ban adoptions to U.S.  Russian lawmakers could move to ban Americans from adopting children from the country Dec.7 Russia retaliates in US bill row  Russia says it will bar Americans guilty of human rights violations, in response to a US bill that targets Russians guilty of such offences Oct.23 Russia strengthens treason laws  Russia's parliament has voted to widen the definition of high treason in a move critics say is a further attempt to stifle dissent in the country

year 2009 Top ^

Oct.13 Russian court rejects Stalin case
  A court has rejected a lawsuit filed by the grandson of Joseph Stalin claiming a Russian newspaper had defamed the Soviet dictator

year 2000 Top ^

Dec.8 Pardon recommended for E. Pope  Presidential commission has recommended jailed U.S. spy be given a pardon. The decision now rests with Putin Dec.7 Clemency considered for American  Fate of E. Pope is now in the hands of Russia's Clemency Commission Dec.4 Arrest warrant for tycoon  An international arrest warrant has been issued for Gusinsky, owner of Russia's media group

Add a favorite (file a bookmark) to Moscow, Political Law Timeline

Please send feedback to:

Advertise on Moscow, Political Law Page