The RF IC will develop recommendations for the “formation of a conscious refusal” of young people to participate in protest actions. About it informs TASS with reference to the Deputy Chairman of the Investigative Committee, Lieutenant General of Justice Alexander Klaus.
According to Klaus, in January of this year, investigators approached St. Petersburg State University (SPbSU) with a request to conduct a sociological study. With his help, the UK wants to identify “the reasons for the participation of adolescents in illegal actions” and find ways to “counteract such dangerous tendencies.”
“Based on the results of the study, we plan to receive an expert opinion with recommendations on the formation of a conscious refusal to participate in uncoordinated actions among young people,” the agency quotes the words of the Deputy Chairman of the Investigative Committee.
On January 23, 31, February 2 and April 21, actions were held in Russia and abroad in support of Alexei Navalny, who is currently in IK-2 in the Vladimir region. Subsequently, power structures opened dozens of criminal cases for attacks on government officials. Some of the defendants received real terms.