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Zhirinovsky proposes to ban Russian youth to drink, fight, and vote until 21

LDPR leader Vladimir Zhirinovsky believes that the age of majority in Russia should be increased from 18 to 21.

 

"We will always support raising the age for purchasing alcohol. And it is too early to do military service at the age of 18. It is a very young man, who is just entering adulthood," said Zhirinovsky, reports Joinfo.ua with reference to the press service of the LDPR.

According to the politician, 21 should be a universal age when people are allowed to participate in elections, to buy alcohol, and be in the army.

As it is known, Vladimir Zhirinovsky and his party always provide with important suggestions regarding improving the lives of the Russians and neighboring nations. In particular, the Russian media recently published a video of the politician proposing to block the Dnipro River in Russia.

In addition, previously the leader of the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia earnestly offered the State Duma to start war in Europe, and "burn Paris."