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Russian Law: Parliament in Action
This autumn, MPs play fire with time, science and death. Want to know who's going to win, click right here.
--23-09-2013--
Russian Law: Parliament in Action
Surprisingly, the parliament has run out of restrictive initiatives and is looking at moves that may really help ordinary Russians, bolstering the right to go bust, to self-defense, and to defend against property management companies.
--26-08-2013--
Russian Law: Parliament in Action
In this review, we look at how the State Duma may give more freedom to borrowers but less freedom to Internet users, by seeking a ban to networks like Tor.
--25-08-2013--
Russian Law: Parliament in Action
Two weeks before the start of the autumn session of the national parliament, we look at some of the bills that could make catchy headlines. Click here to find out the price for cars that the Russian officials would be allowed to use.
--22-08-2013--
Russian Law: Parliament in Action
This time again, we are looking at bills that could be past in the autumn, and some of them may have a real positive impact on living standards, like the RUR 100 draft law. Click here to find out more.
--08-08-2013--
Russian Law: Parliament in Action
In this review, we look at what's on the plate for the autumn session of the national parliament, or the State Duma, because it's currently on vacation. Click here to find out whether you should be concerned about your trip to the 2014 Sochi Olympics.
--06-08-2013--
Russian Law: Parliament in Action
This week's review is all about what we are expecting from the autumn legislative season, and here's the main intrigue - will Navalny be freed with the help of the amended amnesty law?
--25-07-2013--
Russian Law: Parliament In Action
In this review, we look into the 'economic amnesty', the bill to 'destroy' or 'revamp' the Russian Academy of Sciences, and the new way copyright laws will be enforced vis-a-vis Internet websites.
--04-07-2013--
Russian Law: Parliament in Action
Under a new batch of laws, Russians will have to cough up more if they go berserk and use their guns to intimidate someone without a reason or celebrate a wedding, same-sex couples are banned to adopt Russian children, and bribes get a legal definition, finally.
--19-06-2013--
Russian Law: Parliament in Action
Russia-IC presents a review of three recent bills - passed, under consideration or still in the pipeline. Hope you don't have too much cash, otherwise it's time to get worried.
--28-05-2013--
Russian Law: Parliament In Action
Russia-IC presents a review of three recent bills - passed, under consideration or still in the pipeline. For example, click here to learn about the fallout of the 'punk prayer' by Pussy Riot in February 2012.
--22-05-2013--





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