The deputies and senators argued from the extended summer vacation

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The Federation Council will be on summer vacation before the state Duma, from-for what a number of bills may come to the President of Russia Vladimir Putin without the approval of the upper house of Parliament. About it reports “Kommersant” with reference to sources on Wednesday, June 21.

The discrepancy of the timing of the end of the spring session of the lower and upper houses of Parliament have risen to the Duma Council a day earlier, the newspaper writes. Talking about the consideration of the governmental amendments to the law on “far hectare” (for him every Russian from February this year can get for free at five years, the land area in hectare in the far East — approx. “Of the”).

Speaker of the state Duma Vyacheslav Volodin proposed to consider the document at the plenary on 21 July, which will be the last in the spring session of the lower house of Parliament. Then he was reminded that in this case the document will not pass the Federation Council, as the senators plan to finish the job July 19.

According to sources, “Kommersant”, the house of Parliament at the stage of formation of the charts agreed with each other. Now the Federation Council already does not intend to change it, they say.

Because of this laws that will be passed by the Duma on July 21, you can stay without the approval of the senators. The head of the Duma Committee on legislation and state building Pavel Krasheninnikov explained that it is not contrary to the law.

December 9, 2016, the state Duma changed the holiday schedule. Representatives went on paid leave from may 1 to 15, due to which compensated for the extension of the spring session before it ended in early July, now at the end of the month.

Deputy Nikolai Valuev then noted that the reduction of summer holidays will not affect the work of the state Duma in the negative. “For more working time will be considered a larger number of bills,” — said the MP in comments to the National news service (NSN).