In a national dialogue should involve all who are sincerely interested in a cooperative and constructive work, said state Duma speaker Sergei Naryshkin.
MOSCOW, 29 Jan. The state Duma is open to dialogue with the experts from the non-systemic opposition in legislative work, said state Duma speaker Sergei Naryshkin at the meeting of the Public chamber on the examination of bills.
In mid-January Naryshkin commented on the conflict around sharp statements of the head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, to address the non-systemic opposition and stated that the Duma serve as an example of how to conduct a dialogue of various political forces, for example in VI Duma under the Chairman of the state Duma Council was established non-parliamentary parties.
“If to remember about the so-called non-systemic opposition, it is time to put everything in its place, and I do not exclude that, indeed, objective experts from the ranks of the opposition will also come and participate in this work. And we would welcome this, because I do not want to exclude from our dialogue,” Naryshkin said on Friday.
According to him, a national dialogue should involve all who are sincerely interested in a cooperative and constructive work, “and not engaged in nefarious deeds in the form of incitement to social hatred.”
Speaking about the upcoming elections to the state Duma, Naryshkin reminded that half of the deputies will be elected in single-mandate constituencies. “So, regional and local perspectives in discussions to get a decent reflection in the Federal election campaign. The more important it is that different social forces was the opportunity to participate in this debate — that the first role was not monopolized by politicians and political parties, and populism and radicalism remained on the sidelines of this election process”, — said the speaker.