Deputies from United Russia suggest enrolling children of judges and prosecutors in schools on priority basis
This privilege is already granted to families of security forces employees.
In St. Petersburg, deputies of the legislative assembly from United Russia came up with an initiative to enroll children of judges, prosecutors, and investigators in the schools despite the queues. This privilege has already been granted to the children of the MIA and National Guard employees, as well as the military personnel.
“The professional activities of judges, prosecutors, and employees of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation mean presuppose busyness: they have to fulfill their duties in any conditions, including those with significant risk to life and health, and increased psychological stress,” the authors of the draft law Alexander Teterdinko and Pavel Zelenkov explained.
Zelenkov added that the judiciary constantly face enormous pressure from the public and need social support on a par with the security forces officers, Parlamentskaya Gazeta reported.
Presumably, it concerns the US response to Ukraine’s help in the investigation against Joseph Biden, Trump’s main rival in the 2020 presidential election, who allegedly was in collusion with Kiev during the previous campaign.