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In Yekaterinburg in the Ural state economic University (USUE) have created a special monitoring service of the moral character of students, which is designed to monitor the sexual orientation of students. One of the students is already under threat of expulsion from the entry into the LGBT community in the social network. This is reported by “European-Asian news.”
According to the Agency, the student is invited to meet the rector of the University and asked to pick up the documents in connection with his sexual orientation, which was able to calculate via social media. As evidence, the young man gave the printout, apparently confirming the participation of the student in the LGBT public.
According to the student, the Provost stated that he “spoils the name of the Institute”. In addition, the Provost’s confused, that the student has their phone pink. In the end, the student was sent to gather the characteristics of a school and of employment on the basis of which final decision will be made about the sexual orientation of a young man. From LGBT groups, he went.
“We have not just now — we were, are and will be monitoring social networking our students! For one simple reason: we — the state University, and, accordingly, we look for the moral character of our students. We have the right to see what lives our student. After all, it’s public page”, — said the publication of the rector of the University Roman Krasnov. On the question of whether participation in LGBT groups-the public grounds for expulsion, he refused to answer.
Earlier, in July, the Russians urged not to violate the rights of lesbians and gays. According to the Ombudsman for human rights in Russia Tatiana Moskalkova, the rights of representatives of sexual minorities in the country must not be violated. “We have to accept these people, different people in society. If they violated their rights on this basis will be denied employment, admission to educational institution on this basis, it is wrong, it is written in the law,” — said the Ombudsman.
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