The State Duma of the Russian Federation proposed punishment to Alla Pugacheva after the publication about Okhmatdyt

Alla Pugacheva has not lived in Russia for more than two years. The singer emigrated with her family to Israel, where she spoke out against the war in Ukraine.

Russian State Duma Deputy Alexey Zhuravlev called for Alla Pugacheva to be recognized as a foreign agent and deprived of her property in Russia for “undermining the reputation of the RF Armed Forces.” This information was published by Russian media.

In particular, Alexey Zhuravlev demands the seizure of all property of Alla Pugacheva, because she condemned the missile attack on the Okhmatdyt children’s hospital in Kiev.

Note that Pugacheva reacted to the attack rather cautiously. She did not disclose the names of the perpetrators, but only published a photo of a child covered in blood, injured by the shelling. The singer captioned the photo with the words: “God is patient, but everything has its limits.”

But even such a post provoked an extremely harsh response from the Putin regime, with Zhuravlev demanding that Pugacheva be recognized as a “foreign agent” and that all her assets in the Russian Federation be confiscated.

“It is high time that Pugachev be recognized as a ‘foreign agent’ and deprived of all his property in the Russian Federation on the grounds that he discredits the army and works for Western propaganda,” the Russian lawmaker said.

Note that in 2022, Pugacheva and her family emigrated to Israel, liquidated businesses in the Russian Federation and sold property, so Alla Pugacheva has almost no property left in Russia.

The artist’s husband, Maxim Galkin, who openly and harshly condemned Russia’s aggression against Ukraine, was previously recognized as a “foreign agent” in the Russian Federation.

Let’s recall that we wrote earlier that Ukrainian singer Povaliy supports the war in Ukraine, calling Russia’s aggression a liberation.

Moreover, Focus He wrote that Alla Pugacheva announced when she would return to Russia.

Source: Focus


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