The Kremlin reacted to the idea of Volodina to rethink the Constitution
The Kremlin has not yet formed a position on the initiative of the Chairman of the state Duma Vyacheslav Volodin, who proposed to analyze the relevance and effectiveness of the Russian Constitution, said press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov.
“These different expert points of view, including the point of view Volodin, they really voiced, but any position on this matter has not yet been formulated and any works in this context is not possible,” the official said, his words leads to “RIA Novosti”.
Himself Peskov said that the Kremlin does not find constitutional provisions that require rethinking. In his opinion in General, Russian law, which in 2018 was 25 years old, did not need to change.
Volodin proposed to analyze the effectiveness of the provisions of the Constitution at the meeting of Russian President Vladimir Putin with representatives of both chambers of the Federal Assembly, which was held on Tuesday, December 25.
Earlier in December, the lawyer Denis Zaitsev listed the most important new laws that will take effect in 2019. Among them — the increase in VAT and income tax for self-employed.
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I really want to rewrite the main document of the country.