Previously signed the decree by which members of the HRC may not be deputies of the state Duma, the Federation Council and Public chamber of Russia.
MOSCOW, 4 Jan –. The head of the presidential Council on human rights (SPCH) Michael Fedotov in February plans to submit to the President proposals on bringing the Council in line with the principle of incompatibility of mandates. To date, HRC has decided to leave six of the seven people that fall under this rule.
Earlier Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree according to which members of the HRC may not be deputies of the state Duma, the Federation Council and Public chamber of the Russian Federation. The Council is composed of deputies Elena Nikolaev, Alexei Pushkov, Michail Terentyev and members OP the Russian Federation Joseph Diskin, Anatoly Kucherena, Elena Topoleva-Soldunova and Vladimir Shaposhnikov.
“At the moment there are six applications for release from the HRC in connection with the introduction of the principle of incompatibility of mandates,” — said Fedotov.
“Who will replace these people – while I can’t say, I still have time to perform presidential order. I was asked to give suggestions, but, of course, these suggestions first discovers the head of state and only then the public. It will be in February”, — said the head of the HRC.