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A Change in the Law Will Help Russian Domestic Abusers Get Off Scot-Free

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When the Soviet Union fell apart in the early 1990s, many who had chafed under the Communist system’s lack of freedoms hoped for the dawning of a new day.
A sizable chunk of women hoped that the fall of the Soviet system would give them better opportunities and usher in legislation to protect themselves and their children from the domestic abuse that has long plagued the cultures of Russia and its neighbors.
In the mid-1990s some Russian women began lobbying Parliament for a domestic-violence law that would send men who battered their wives to prison for lengthy …read more

Source: The Huffington Post

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