Russian State Duma

Kremlin Opens Door to Changing Constitution

The Kremlin raised the possibility of changing Russia’s constitution after a top lawmaker proposed bolstering parliament’s powers, The Moscow Times reported. The idea of constitutional amendments, including allowing …

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Kremlin: no decision yet on sanctions against Georgia

The Kremlin has noted Russian lawmakers’ tough and unanimous stance on anti-Russian provocations in Georgia, but the country’s leadership has not made a decision on economic measures against Tbilisi yet, Russian presidential spokesman …

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Minkavkaz promises not to change  law on  resort fee

As Olga Rukhullayeva, Deputy Minister of Minkavkaz, said at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum today, the ministry has no plans to make any amendments to the law on resort fees. “The law works, we do not plan to …

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Russia's State Duma finally adopts Runet security bill

Russia's State Duma adopted a bill ensuring security and availability of Russian Internet (Runet) in case of its isolation from the global network today in a final third reading. The document has been drafted taking into account …

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