In the working group on the Constitution identified five thematic subgroups

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the working group for amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation was divided into five thematic groups to discuss the amendments. About it reports Agency “Moscow” with reference to the working group co-chair, Director of the Institute of legislation and comparative law under the government of the Russian Federation the Waist Khabriev.

She said that it was decided to split into subgroups that best fit the proposals of the citizens. We are talking about subgroups, “Social issues, science, culture, International law, Federal bodies of legislative and Executive power”, “Judicial power and the Prosecutor’s office” and “single public authority, local self-government”. Moderators and team members have become experts in selected areas.

Earlier, the Chairman of the state Duma Vyacheslav Volodin has declared about a possible postponement of consideration of the presidential bill on amendments to the Constitution at the end of February – beginning of March. He explained that there are a great number of amendments, which require appropriate consideration. The Duma Council will consider on Monday, February 3.

on January 23, the state Duma in the first reading adopted the bill on amendments to the Constitution. The second reading of the document, as said earlier, the speaker of the state Duma Vyacheslav Volodin, was planned on 11 February.

on January 27, the state Duma Committee on state construction and law 17 amendments to the document. The Central election Commission also prepares proposals for amendments.

Press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov said that the vote on the amendments to the Constitution is not a formality. As explained by the representative of the Kremlin, need to vote was not, but he insisted the President.

432 deputies voted for the bill on amendment to the Constitution

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