During the meeting of the Board of legislators of the Russian Federation of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation the speaker of the state Duma Sergey Naryshkin said that we should not forget either the success or the mistakes of past reforms.
MOSCOW, 15 Oct. The speaker of the state Duma Sergei Naryshkin called on the Russian Parliament not to forget the successes and failures of reforms carried out in Russia a hundred years ago.
In the lower house of Parliament on 15 October meeting of the Board of legislators of the Russian Federation of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation. According to Naryshkin, the event is timed to the 110th anniversary since the appearance of the “October Manifesto”, which has improved public order.
“With this document, many scientists, historians, legal scholars have dated the birth of the Russian constitutional order. It had proclaimed the inviolability of the person, freedom of conscience, expression, Assembly and Association, those fundamental issues, which we see in the current Constitution of the Russian Federation,” he said.
The Duma speaker added that the Manifesto was created of the United the government and the Duma, which only had to meet in April 1906, received legislative and oversight powers.
Naryshkin noted that although the appearance of the Manifesto have not put the point in contemporary turmoil, its principles gave the opportunity to restore order in the country and to implement numerous tasks in the field of economy, politics, culture.
“This historical experience is not only important by itself. He can tell answers to modern challenges, including international character. Neither the success nor the mistakes of past reforms, even so far, not to forget,” said the Chairman of the lower house of Parliament.