President Vladimir Putin enacts a controversial new law to decriminalise domestic violence

VOIIED: Shows exterior shots streetsceens, pedestrians and traffic in snow covered streets of Ufa in Russia. Interior shots tatoo artist Zhenya Zhakar at work in her Tattoo studio and applying tattoo to client. Interview with Zhenya Zhakar speaking on providing tattoos to cover scars of women who have suffered from domestic violence. Interview with victim of domestic violence Vika Miroshnikova speaking on after effects of attack and decriminilising domestic violence in Russia. Interior shots anonymous women and victims of domestic violence in small battered women's shelter with their children. Interview with woman who runs the shelter and victim of abuse speaking on decriminilisation of law. Interior shots ministers in the Duma headquarters building in Moscow and interview with Russian Parliament Member Andrei Isaev on decriminilising light battery against family members not violence against women. President Putin has enacted a controversial new law to decriminalise domestic violence. The amendment means beatings which don't result in broken bones could merely result in a fine - rather than a prison sentence (NB THIS CLIP HAS SUBTITLED TRANSLATIONS OF INTERVIEWS) (NB THIS CLIP CONTAINS BLACK HOLES - THIRD PARTY CONTENT) on February 07, 2017 in Ufa, Russia.

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Clip #: 641330756HD
Collection: Sky News
Date created: February 07, 2017
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Clip length: 00:05:46:15
Location: Ufa, Russia
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