Hockey player Datsyuk spoke out against the Russian law


www.vsyako.netPaul Drukte: Pavel Lisitsyn / RIA Novosti

Hockey player SKA St. Petersburg of Pavel Datsyuk turned to the President of Russia Vladimir Putin with a request to cancel changes in the law about SNILS. The text of the letter published on the website “Reuters”.

40-year-old striker has been critical of the bill providing for the use of social security number as proof of identity. The fact that the room will be possible to track the actions of citizens, Datsyuk appears to be a threat to national security.

He noted that in its current form, the law contradicts the Constitution and the Civil code. Datsyuk reminded that the practice of assigning people to rooms is one of the crimes of the regime of Nazi Germany.

April 3, was adopted a bill according to which paper SNILS were replaced with electronic. New members of the pension system will open an individual account, which they can obtain social services.

Team Russia Datsyuk won the Olympics and the world Cup. Striker known for his performances for the club and the National hockey League (NHL) “Detroit Red wings”. With the 2016, he defends the colors of SKA. In the regular championship of the Continental hockey League (KHL) player scored 12 goals and gave 30 assists.

Video, photo All from Russia.


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