The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine the draft law, which involves, for example, punishment of up to three years in prison for "intentional undermining the credibility" of the government. The author of the proposal is the people's choice party "national front" Konstantin Matacena, famous as the commander of one of the volunteer battalions. Proposed draft law, according to media reports, does not require public consultation. Matacena made a motion to add to the criminal code of the publication, providing for punishment for "public humiliation or other actions aimed at undermining the authority of government," and "cynical attitude" to the authorities and the state in General. In addition to punishment up to three years, according to the plan of Matacena, to persons who violate this law, have the opportunity to be used and other measures of retribution, such as detention for up to six months, or corrective works.