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Adoption of Russian orphans by Westerners banned in Russia because of Magnitsky Act?


Richardnorman
14 Nov 2020 #1
I do not understand any of this? Why did Russian government ban adoption of Russian orphan children by parents from the West as a response to Magnitsky Act - act sanctioning people connected to the death of Sergei Magnitsky?
Velund 1 | 435
14 Nov 2020 #2
We are talking about the "Law of Dima Yakovlev", signed by President Vladimir Putin in December 2012, which provides for a ban on the adoption of Russian children by US citizens. The law is named after Dmitry Yakovlev, a two-year-old boy from Russia, who died in 2008 in the United States after his adoptive father left him in a car in the sun all day. The reason is the denial of consular access to monitor the welfare of children after adoption. Magnitsky did not appear there at all.
Crow 146 | 9,112
18 Nov 2020 #3
Oh thank God for that ban. Who sane would give a Slavic child for adoption in all those Saudi like countries of what became so called western world
Novichok - | 2,108
19 Nov 2020 #4
who died in 2008 in the United States after his adoptive father left him in a car in the sun all day.

I wouldn't let an American adopt a Russian cat. Most of them are stupid, fat, drunk, or on drugs, which proves they can't manage their own miserable lives.

Some let their kids believe that they are the other gender and actually act on that childish fantasy or, in some cases, a real mental disorder that may be temporary.

Keep them in Russia, safe, and away from the alphabet "community".


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