15.07.20 Association of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights considers Bill Mizulina-Narusova a crime against humanity

According to the press service of tAssociation of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights, the Association’s specialists work with information from official sources on the bill introduced by a group of Russian senators on July 14, 2020, which will forbid people who have changed their gender in documents to make changes to birth certificate and other documents, also the bill will actually violate medical and judicial secrets. In addition, they said, the text of the bill includes amendments requiring all citizens to prove before marriage that they have a genetic gender, i.e. submit a certificate of analysis for the karyotype (number and structure of chromosomes). According to human rights activists, people with a genetic or hormonal disorder will also lose the opportunity to marry.

According to human rights activist Maria Arkhipova, the intervention provided for by the bill in private life will lead to large-scale violations of human rights and freedoms, will become an instrument for destroying families, careers, existing lives of people who have been married for decades and have children, such a bill, if adopted, will form a criminal the practice of placing people in isolation on the basis of sex at birth - women will end up in men's prisons and vice versa. As Maria Arkhipova explained, such a law, if adopted, is a crime against humanity and is comparable to the Holocaust against Jews and is analogous to the Nuremberg law of 1935, which in turn is the basis for the formation of a tribunal if adopted.




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