Proposals on humanization of criminal-executive legislation can sink in bureaucratic correspondence

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Anzhalika Kambalava

Anzhalika Kambalava

Anzhalika Kambalava, a member of the Baranavichy city branch of the Belarusian Christian Democracy, received an answer from the deputy head of the regular commission on national security of the Chamber of Representatives of the National Assembly Anatol Vankovich, to whom he had sent a proposal on humanization of the criminal-executive legislation towards convicts.

In his answer Anatol Vankovich stated that the application of Anzhalika Kambalava was attentively studied by the regular commission and forwarded to the National Center of Legislation and Legal Studies of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

"I am afraid that my proposals on humanization of the criminal-executive legislation can sink in the usual bureaucratic correspondence, which will last long and will hardly bring positive changes to our legislation," says Anzhalika Kambalava.

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