Kudrin considered that the authorities restrict the development of civil society in Russia
Moscow. 8 Dec. INTERFAX.RU the state taking the laws and regulations of non-profit organizations limit the development of civil society in Russia, says the head of audit chamber of the Russian Federation Alexey Kudrin.
“NGOs, volunteers or active people is not often supported, especially by the state. Recently often restrictive laws: limitation of funding, new rules report, checking it’s all much of the press, NGOs, and, I would say, in General, restricts civil society in its development,” he said Saturday at the opening of “all-Russian civil forum”.
According to him, this can be overcome by combining the civil society and collaboration with the authorities.
In early November the President of Russia Vladimir Putin reported that in the next three years at the NCB is planned to allocate about 24 billion rubles.
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