To take and cancel: Minek suggested to decriminalize 8 articles of the Criminal Code

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Insignificant corporate corruption, fictitious bankruptcy and violation of copyright can regulate Federal law of the Russian Federation of 30 December 2001 No. 195-FZ "On the Code on Administrative Offences of the Russian Federation" Small bribes to the staff of companies, fictitious bankruptcy, violation of copyright and work without license can lose the status of criminal offenses. Such initiative was taken by Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation, Zhivulin Vadim in Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation, Ministries of Internal Affairs, the State Office of Public Prosecutor and Committee of inquiry (daily social and political business newspaper "Izvestiya" ‎) follow from the letter of the deputy head of department. Minek offers that these offenses were regulated only by Federal law of the Russian Federation of 30 December 2001 No. 195-FZ "On the Code on Administrative Offences of the Russian Federation" — it will allow to reduce pressure upon business. Experts it is inconsistent estimated...

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Vladimir Putin
Last position: President of the Russian Federation
Anton Danilov-Danilyan
Last position: Chairman of the board of directors, chief analyst (JOINT-STOCK COMPANY "OBORONITELNYYE SISTEMY")
Wladyslaw Leontyevich Korochkin
Last position: First vice-president for expert and analytical activity (OPORA RUSSIA)
Alexander Aleksandrovich Khurudzhi
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