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Russia Plans to Launch the Approach of the Regulatory Guillotine
24.02.2019 12:44
Russia Plans to Launch the Approach of the Regulatory Guillotine

It is planned to launch the approach of the “regulatory guillotine” in Russia from February 1, 2020 (according to which the mandatory provisions of acts that did not receive special approval or changes automatically expire), as the Head of the Government Administration, Konstantin Chuichenko stated.

      “With the help of the so-called “guillotine”, we will try to sort out the subject of control and supervisory activities - mandatory requirements. Each department must determine its procedure of work on its own. In case it wants to, it mayanalyze all the requirements that have been adopted before and create new ones on their basis. Maybe someone will not want to do this, instead, they will form new requirements from scratch, based on their own experience”, Chuichenko told.

      A separate department will be created to reform the supervisory activities: it will be focused on specific projects and “be free from routine”.

      Find more about Russian laws and consult our attorneys.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian laws Russian business    

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