Recall that the working group on preparation of constitutional amendments collected in all regions of the ideas for the updates of the Basic Law. After the citizens of the Russian Federation supported the amendments to the vote of the relevant group continued work. On behalf of the President she will be in charge of monitoring the implementation of the new standards.

“the Work will be huge,” warned a fellow co-chair of the group, the head of the Duma Committee on state construction and legislation Pavel Krasheninnikov. The plans – one hundred laws, most of which is planned for the autumn session of Parliament. However, before the end of the year the state Duma and the Federation Council just do not have time to take all “constitutional hundred”. Because “laws should be of high quality, calibrated and should not contradict each other,” he said. “In our case, a race to anything,” – said Krasheninnikov.

the Parliament has already passed its first law aimed at implementing the constitutional amendments. We are talking about the recognition of actions and appeals involving the alienation of territory of the Russian Federation extremism. Will now have to approve the amendments to the criminal and Administrative codes of punishment for such acts. The matter will be raised in September, said Pavel Krasheninnikov. As said another co-chair, head of the Federation Council Committee on constitutional legislation Andrei Klishas, it will be necessary to determine which statements to consider appeals to violation of territorial integrity. It is planned to discuss this issue with the Supreme Court. “We are concerned, I will not hide, possible abuse, especially if someone speaks in social networks, – said Klishas. – You will need to very clearly define that there are calls for such action.” He recalled that the first time it is planned administrative punishment, and criminal – only recurrence.

Also in early autumn in the state Duma will be introduced a draft law on government – main to secure the principle of unity of public authority, reflected in the updated Constitution. The first in a new session, I think the working group will need to adopt this document. “The law on the government, except the unity of the system of public authority, there will be many other norms, for example, issues related to the appointment of Ministers, – said Pavel Krasheninnikov told reporters. – The part of Federal Ministers will be held the procedure of appointments through consultations in the Council of the Federation, another part will be approved in the state Duma”.

the document Also will address the issue of restrictions for entry into the particular position – the prohibition of dual citizenship, a residence permit in another country, etc. “So of course, this law will be enough”, – said the MP. He explained that the text is not ready yet – there is only experience. Then given but��m of the law on the Cabinet of Ministers will be accepted other documents about the Council, about the organization of government in subjects of Federation, about local government. Also in the plans for the session – bills about culture, about science and the Federal territories.

After the adoption of Federal laws – the case for regional parliaments. According to Krasheninnikov, the members of the working group will advise how to adjust the legislation of regions in accordance with the Constitution. His colleague-co-chair, Director of the Institute of legislation and comparative law under the government of the Russian Federation khabrieva Taliya said that all regions must establish their working groups. Then, using Federal colleagues will conduct an audit of legislation and will form plans for change. In Primorsky and Krasnodar territories, this work has already begun, and other regions should not lag behind. “It is important to prevent temporal and semantic gap amendments to the Constitution on the whole territory of Russia,” she said.

Examination of changes to be made to the legislation, has engaged the Public chamber of the Russian Federation. As told by her Secretary Lydia Mikheeva, with special attention to regulations on culture and on the legal status of the child.