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the Head of the Central Electoral Committee will present to the offer State Duma on perfection of the selective legislation

the Head of the Central Electoral Committee of the Russian Federation Alexander Veshnjakov at parliamentary hearings in the State Duma on Tuesday will present Central Electoral Commission offers on perfection of the selective legislation.

as the head of the Central Electoral Committee of the Russian Federation has declared on Monday to journalists, these offers will concern ten laws. As he said, all offers are discussed at seminars in all regions of the country and at four zone meetings in which has taken part more than 800 persons.

Veshnjakov has noticed that the Central Electoral Committee will offer transition of elections of deputies of the State Duma to the proportional modernised system, " which will stimulate parties for WRK in regions, in the Russian remote places ".

Veshnjakov has in detail told about Central Electoral Commission specific proposals. In particular, he has noted, the Central Electoral Committee suggests to reduce the federal list of parties B4 three candidates, and regional groups of such lists which should be not less than 72, should cover all territory of Russia. The Central Electoral Committee suggests to save 2 a seven-percentage barrier to parties to passage to the State Duma under condition of that in parliament will be presented not less than four parties.

according to Veshnjakova, one more offer of the Central Electoral Commission concerns possibility of deprivation of parties of the deputy mandate in default its candidate from WRK in the State Duma without valid excuse. He Besides, has added, the Central Electoral Commission suggests to make amendments to the Law on the status of deputies the State Dumas ordering members of parliament " without fail to work in regions ". " If the deputy is not engaged in such WRK, on a judgement it can be deprived powers " - the head of the Central Electoral Committee has underlined.

he 2 has informed that " The Central Electoral Committee suggests to consider transition of the deputy selected from one party in other fraction, the basis 4 deprivation of its powers ". The head of the Central Electoral Committee has underlined that the Central Electoral Commission suggests to strengthen sharply a role of regional branches of parties in promotion of candidates and EVN to allow to create to such branches own selective funds.