The Duma Committee on rules in 2016 will not introduce new rules, according to which it will be possible to interrupt a speaker is not on the MP.
MOSCOW, 11 Jan. The Duma’s rules Committee is not considering the introduction of new rules, according to which the speech of the Deputy from the meeting on the subject can be interrupted by a representative of the Committee, announced the Deputy head of the state Duma, the head of Department on public relations and interaction with mass media Yuri Shuvalov.
Previously, the newspaper “Izvestia” wrote that the Duma Committee on rules in 2016 will discuss the possibility of introducing new rules, according to which the speech of the member at the meeting can be interrupted if it says off topic, and he may be deprived of the right to participate in further discussions. As writes the edition, similar amendments were recently made to the regulations of the Federation Council. Under the new rules, member, Senate Committee on rules may interrupt a speaker and to invite the house to deprive him of the right to participate in further discussions.
“There is some misunderstanding of the information that was given about the Council of the Federation, because the Federation Council now, his amendments bring the regulations up to the level of opportunities in this direction the State Duma. Long ago the State Duma regulations gave the President the right to restrict speech if it is not related to the topic of the agenda”, — said Shuvalov.
If to speak about issues of ethics violations, the state Duma formed a Commission, which can also make decisions about the limitation of speeches of deputies at the plenary session, if the Foundation, said the Deputy head of the Duma apparatus.
“Transfer amendments of the Federation Council on the work of the Duma not to consider. Chamber work in different format and different ways of forming its rules. At the moment there are no proposals in the Committee on rules on this subject have been reported, because they would be superfluous,” — said Shuvalov.