The law establishes that political activity
does not include activities in the fields of science, culture, art, health care, prevention and protection of citizens' health, social services, social support and security of citizens, protection of motherhood and childhood, social support of people with disabilities, promotion of a healthy lifestyle, physical culture and sports, protection of flora and fauna, and various charitable activities.
However, in practice, it is possible that the registry
of NCOs – FAs may include organizations working in the aforementioned fields. It should be noted that the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) does not examine an NCO's stated goals in its charter, but rather the activities the organization carries out in practice. For example, if a charitable organization helps its wards by purchasing necessary medical supplies or pays for rehabilitation activities, this will be attributed to charitable activities, but if the same organization writes to the municipality or publicly advocates for a more accessible environment for people with disabilities, it could be recognized as political activity
As for the political activity
of individuals, there is no standard practice yet. It is likely that public speeches, distribution of political materials on the internet, as well as participation in election campaigns and protests, will fall under this definition. The regular, everyday activities of an individual would rarely fall under the definition of political activity