All women members of parliament in Russia must comply with the new ethics code that contains the prohibition of wearing a mini skirt. Rules that take effect immediately it also applies to all women who work in the parliament complex.
Dress code was put in place to improve the image of the Duma [Russian parliament], Moskovsky Komsomolets daily reported, quoted by the Telegraph.
In the grain of the code, all the women who worked in the parliament complex are encouraged to put forward a professional style that is characterized by formality, polite, cultured, and neat.
Enforcement of codes of conduct that are expected to reduce the buffer scathing criticism over the number of women in the parliament complex that wearing a miniskirt and low chest slit dress.
In addition to the rules of dress, codes of ethics also asked lawmakers to reduce direct contact with journalists. All questions relating to parliamentary work should be answered through a press conference with polite style.
They were also asked not to be arrogant and rude act to prevent during the task. Russian Duma is famous for its style of loud arguments, and even not infrequently lead to physical fights in the courtroom.
Related to dress code, Alina Kabayeva, 25, became one of the women members of parliament into the spotlight. Former Russian gymnastics athlete whose name stuck out in 2008 because of rumored marriage with Vladimir Putin was simply synonymous with sexy underwear styles.
Source :: Vivanews