Talk:Dima Yakovlev Law

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"Dima Yakovlev Law" and "anti-magnitsky law" ([1],[2],[3]) are unofficial names of this law. Official one is: Federal law of Russian Federation no. 272-FZ of 2012-12-28. This format of Law names was already used for Federal law of Russian Federation no. 139-FZ of 2012-07-28 (earlier: Russian State Duma Bill 89417-6) `a5b (talk) 00:15, 29 December 2012 (UTC)

Per WP:COMMONNAME, we should move this to Dima Yakovlev Law, which is more descriptive, if unofficial. Gobōnobō + c 20:07, 13 April 2013 (UTC)
Yes, absolutely. Official or not is irrelevant. But unfortunately, it can not be moved back to Dima Yakovlev Law after modification of redirect page made by A5b. My very best wishes (talk) 20:16, 17 June 2013 (UTC)

Executive Order On Measures Concerning the Implementation of Government Policy...[edit]

There was a text in the article, which I deleted

and formally Executive Order On Measures Concerning the Implementation of Government Policy on Orphaned Children
and those without Parental Care,<ref name=kremlin>{{cite web|title=Executive order on measures to protect orphaned  
children|url=http://eng.kremlin.ru/acts/4811%7Cwork=Russian government|publisher=Office of the President of the Russian   
Federation|accessdate=28 December 2012}}</ref>

This bill has status "bill of president" (executive order of President; Russian: "Указ Президента") and is named in russian "Указ «О некоторых мерах по реализации государственной политики в сфере защиты детей-сирот и детей, оставшихся без попечения родителей».". Its page on russian version of kremlin.ru: http://www.kremlin.ru/acts/17234

But Dima's Law has status "Federal Law" and it is only signed by President. Its name is "О мерах воздействия на лиц, причастных к нарушениям основополагающих прав и свобод человека, прав и свобод граждан Российской Федерации" ("On Sanctions for Individuals Violating Fundamental Human Rights and Freedoms of the Citizens of the Russian Federation"). There is english page about it on kremlin.ru: http://eng.kremlin.ru/acts/4810 (russian: http://www.kremlin.ru/acts/17233 - with full text of law and short note about it at the end).

So, there are two documents signed on the same day, one is "Order..." to "improve government policy on orphaned children" and second is (Federal Law) "On Sanctions" and one of its article (#4) prohibits adopting of russian children `a5b (talk) 00:23, 29 December 2012 (UTC)

And "law of scoundrels" name? --Jugydmort (talk) 19:47, 7 January 2013 (UTC)
http://eng.kremlin.ru/acts/4810 : "On Sanctions for Individuals Violating Fundamental Human Rights and Freedoms of the Citizens of the Russian Federation." `a5b (talk) 19:01, 19 January 2013 (UTC)

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