Rus News Journal

The ministries and departments will place texts of bills on the sites

Projects of key federal laws will be taken out for national discussion. The ministries and the departments responsible for preparation of bills, will place their texts on the sites on the Internet and in three months to represent to the head of the state results of public discussion. The decree of the President About public discussion of projects of federal laws century

state structures already is published Earlier suggested Russians to discuss bills. At first, in August of last year, on the Internet the bill on police has been placed. In total for a month to the document has arrived more than 20 thousand comments from the citizens which most part criticised the document. After that the bill has been sent on completion and in the end of October is submitted for consideration in the State Duma.

After the bill on police on the Internet there was also a project of the new law on formation which for three months has collected more than 10 thousand comments. Experts positively estimate innovations which are offered to be brought in an education system. Meanwhile, responses of citizens have generally negative character that experts connect with not clear language on which the law text is written.

By new rules, national discussion of bills will last 3 months. On its results the Ministry which has prepared the document, will make the report and will direct to its president. Meanwhile, the Decree of the President does not contain the mechanism on which results of national discussion should be considered and influence lawmaking process without fail. The open publication of reports on results of public discussion can become such mechanism, according to the experts.

In the near future for public discussion on the Internet new edition of the law on state purchases can be taken out. The president has charged to the government to develop the document till April, 1st.

About the new decree tell the chairman of the board of independent fund the Center of political technologies Boris Makarenko and the special correspondent of department of public safety and the right Vladislav Kulikov.