Putin for the first time since 2012 rejected approved by the Federation Council and the state Duma the law

Russian President Vladimir Putin has rejected the law on amendments to the law on General principles of organization of local self-government and in the education act. About it reports a press-service of the Kremlin.

On December 21 the bill was approved by the State Duma and on 23 December, the Council of Federation.

“In accordance with part 3 of article 107 of the Constitution the head of state rejected the Federal law “On amendments to articles 15 and 16 of the Federal law “On General principles of organization of local self-government in the Russian Federation” and Federal law “On education in Russian Federation”, — stated in the message.

The Kremlin reported that the President sent to the Chairman of the Federation Council Valentina Matvienko and speaker of the state Duma Vyacheslav Volodin corresponding letters. In particular, it is noted that Federal law provides for the creation of state information systems “students” regions of the same name and Federal information systems. The President considered that the law should be worked out a list of specific information contained in such systems, and identifies who can have access to such data, as well as their responsibility.

Previously against the law was made by Senator Elena Mizulina. She saw danger in the fact that information about children can get into the “unscrupulous people”.