In “United Russia”, the repeated voting was explained by the “high social significance” of the document
The deputies of the Legislative Assembly of North Ossetia for the second time even supported the bill that allows the introduction of QR codes on vaccination when visiting cultural institutions, catering, shopping centers.
At the first vote, the number of those who voted for the document turned out to be insufficient. In the second vote, 44 deputies supported him, four opposed, State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company Alania reports.
As the speaker of the Legislative Assembly Alexei Machnev explained to the TV channel, the issue was again put to a vote on the initiative of the United Russia faction. This was explained by the “ high social significance of amending the current legislation in the context of a sanitary and epidemiological situation. ''
In the afternoon, when the bill was supported by 30 people (the support of 35 people was needed), various assessments of this document were heard in the Legislative Assembly. For example, Larisa Revazova (United Russia), Chairperson of the Committee on Social Policy, Healthcare and Veterans Affairs, who supported the project, spoke of the fundamental possibility of limiting the rights of citizens “ in the current extraordinary situation. '' She pointed out that young people are interested in the opportunity to lead a normal life, but at the same time the older generation has the “ right to avoid premature and painful death. ''
In turn, the head of the Communist Party faction Elena Knyazeva said that vaccination should be voluntary, and in order to defeat the pandemic, it is necessary to increase funding for medicine. “ Total recount by QR codes & mdash; this is not allowed ', & mdash; She said.
Earlier, the bill on QR codes in public places was supported by the parliaments of Bashkiria, Tatarstan, Udmurtia, Ingushetia, Magadan, Novosibirsk, Moscow, Orenburg, Ryazan, Rostov, Bryansk, Nizhny Novgorod region, Perm Territory.
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