Moscow wants to conduct a raid to identify books that can harm the mental health of children.
"I think it is appropriate to be" safe capital "to carry out the raid, see what is sold in the children's literature, and point to a special body that can administer this article," - said the head of the Moscow City Duma committee on security Inna Svyatenko.
She noted that there is an appropriate federal law banning information which could harm the mental health of minors. It spelled out the article on punishment for posting and dissemination of this type of information in the media and books.
"Unfortunately, this information can be very veiled, and if the Internet is a special service that monitors and reveal this kind of information, sometimes a bookshelf publication may be that children should not read accurately, because of their mental health prejudiced "- added Svyatenko.
According to her, such raids conducted by "complaints and appeals of those who have read and remained extremely dissatisfied."
Moscow residents may complain about unsafe for children literature in the website "Safe capital" and the Moscow City Duma committee on security.