The senators looked to foreign medicines
Proposals in the bill on the counter, preparing the members of the Federation Council.
The Federation Council will develop amendments to the bill about the counter-sanctions against the United States. The document will provide a framework, have informed “news” the Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on economic policy Dmitry Mezentsev. Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Yevgeny Bushmin said “Izvestia” that in the upper house want to reduce the number of “prohibited” items and to give this issue more powers to the President and the government. Every detail ought not to prescribe, believes the first Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on international Affairs Vladimir Jabbarov. Special attention senators intend to give the subject of the importation of drugs, supply of rocket engines and rare earth metals and audit and consulting services.
On 18 April, the law “On measures of exposure to (counter) the unfriendly actions of the US and (or) other foreign countries” was submitted for consideration to the upper house. The speaker of the Federation Council Valentina Matvienko has charged to profile committees to prepare their proposals to the document.
Responsible for preparing the opinion of the appointed Federation Council Committee on economic policy. Its Chairman Dmitry Mezentsev has informed “news” that the document will be of a “framework, staging nature” and allow the government to take action.
— All participants of the process carefully will come to that, not to hurt the social standard of the people, their security, including in the sphere of provision of medicines. Less this very second political assessments, he said.
In turn, Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Yevgeny Bushmin said that it should be limited to General statements.
— It is necessary to reduce the number of points and provide more powers to the President and the government, he believes. — The situation is changing and everything is written in the law is not necessary. The government and the President know better how to react.
That “more space for the activity and freedom” it is necessary to submit to the President and the Cabinet to agree and the first Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on international Affairs Vladimir Jabbarov.