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Research: Russian Entrepreneurs Notice Less Corruption
Russian entrepreneurs note that there is less corruption in business.
--07-08-2018--
Russian Parliament in Action: Beware, Foreign Agents Are All Around Us
Russian MPs are introducing new restrictions aimed at state officials, ordinary folks and NGOs. Click here to find out more.
--17-05-2014--
Fresh Raft of Draft Laws Review
Russia-IC presents you with an overview of the latest legislative moves by the Russian parliament. Click here to find out what is in store for Russia.
--26-02-2013--
Fixing the Match-Fixing
Russia is adamant to ensure fair play rules on the pitch as it is getting ready to host its first World Cup event in 2018.
--16-01-2013--
Anti-Corruption Crusade
Amid the latest scandal involving the Ministry of Defence and its former head Anatoly Serdyukov, MPs are planning new laws to make sure such cases will not repeat in the future. Russia-IC looks at the proposals.
--09-11-2012--
Beware: High Treason Round the Corner
Russian MPs have adopted controversial amednments on high treason and espionage that could make working and living for millions of Russians, and foreigners residing here, as dangerous as ever.
--27-10-2012--


News:

Dollar Ban Bill Withdrawn from Parliament
Liberal Democrat Mikhail Degtyarev has withdrawn his bill on the US dollar ban from the national parliament.
--19-01-2014--
Upper House of Parliament OKs Bill on Foul Language in Media
The Federation Council has given the green light to a new set of fines for foul language used in the mass media.
--29-03-2013--
New Bill on Tax Powers Prompts Privacy Concerns
Russian deposit holders may be facing pressure from the tax authorities if new amendments on money laundering are passed into law.
--22-03-2013--
Communications Ministry Against 'No Swearing Law'
The Ministry of Mass Media and Communications is against the new bill that would outlaw obscenities in mass media.
--19-02-2013--
MPs Pledge to Rework Bill on Religious Offence
The bill on religious offence will be reworked in line with governmental proposals, said Yaroslav Nilov, a co-sponsor of the draft law.
--19-02-2013--
'National' Films Bill Submitted to Parliament
Russias Liberal-Democratic Party wants films about Russia to be made by Russians and any independent foreign productions banned.
--07-02-2013--
Parliament May Scrap Direct Vote for Governors
MPs may restore the old status-quo governors of Russia's regions were appointed by the Kremlin.
--26-01-2013--
Petition Turned into Law Submitted for Review
Fair Russia MPs have submitted a bill that would see the US adoptions ban passed last December scrapped.
--16-01-2013--
Russian to Condemn Bolivia's Coca Addiction
Russia is expected to condemn Bolivias move to re-join the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs of 1961 with a reservation that allows for the traditional age-old habit of coca chewing in the country.
--11-01-2013--
Russia to Get Tough on Match-Fixing
Ahead of the World Football Cup in 2018, Russia is set to clean up the game. A new bill is expected to send a strong warning to match-fixers.
--09-01-2013--
Russian Courts To Get 3 Billion
Russia is going to spend $3 billion on its judiciary over the next 7 years, with a key indicator missing from the development programme.
--21-12-2012--
Tax Authorities a Partner, Not a Foe
Corporations will no longer need to read the leaves and fear probes from tax authorities.
--19-12-2012--
Higher Fines for Bootleg Vodka Producers
Russian MPs are mulling tougher penalties for producers of home-made alcohol in a bid to cut the death rate among cash-starved groups.
--19-12-2012--
Fingerprints for Foreign Workers
All foreigners employed in Moscow will have their fingerprints taken if a joint proposal by the capitals migration body and the Interior Ministry is adopted, according to a City Hall officials.
--21-10-2011--
Russia Toughens Requirements for Adoptive Parents
On Tuesday, Russia's State Duma accepted in the first reading the bill that would require prospective adoptive and foster parents to undergo special psychological training.
--20-10-2011--





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