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Violation of the bill fetches punishment in the form of fines or administrative arrest for physical entities and heavy fines worth up to $2,500 for juridical entities. The bill envisages confiscation of objects used for propaganda of the banned symbols.
Duma Vice-speaker Sergei Zheleznyak, who is the author of the bill, said that "our task is to become a center of anti-fascist movement which should give a strong rebuff to revanchist forces, supporters of neo-Nazism and radical nationalism who are raising their heads not only in Ukraine.