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Thursday, December 8, 2016

The fate of “anti-terrorism package of Spring” Putin will solve: it is possible presidential veto


Press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov said that the initiative of the state Duma must obtain the approval of the Federation Council. But only Vladimir Putin who is familiar with the criticism of the so-called “anti-terrorism package of Spring”, will take a decision on the adoption of the law.


photo: Natalia Gubernatorova

The press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov commented on the criticism of the legislative initiative of the Deputy of the state Duma Irina Yarovaya, together with Viktor Ozerov has developed a package of anti-terrorist amendments.

As said the official representative of the Kremlin, President Vladimir Putin is familiar with the comments. For example, before the amendments to the law introduced by the Ministry of communications and community: the Congress of the intelligentsia appealed to Putin about the “Spring package”

“We are aware of, shall we say, different views in relation to this law… now they are being studied”, – said Peskov, noting that the head of state also familiarized with the process of discussing this initiative.

He said, quoted by RIA Novosti, that the President has the right to sign or not to sign a law. Thus, Peskov did not rule out that Putin will veto the bill.

“This is not to say that this bill is called, was made deaf… there were some changes that took into account the views of representatives of various sectors”, — said Peskov.

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