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In the Far East for the first half of the year the prosecutor's office challenged 112 regional regulations
In January-June 2018, prosecutors in the Far Eastern Federal District challenged 112 acts of government bodies that are contrary to federal legislation. This was reported in the Office of the Prosecutor General's Office in the Far Eastern Federal District. According to the prosecutor's statistics, the majority of disputes were taken in four constituent entities of the Russian Federation - in Kamchatka, Chukotka, Sakhalin and in the Jewish Autonomy. The impugned norms mainly relate to the legislation in the sphere of housing, budgetary, land and town-planning legal relations, protection of the rights of business entities, state civil and municipal service. Regions allow the adoption of acts that are contrary to federal legislation, exceed competence when they are adopted, inadvertently bring regional legislation into line with changes in federal acts, the message of the Prosecutor General's Office said. Over half a year, as a result of the intervention of the prosecutor's office, more than 4 thousand of regional and municipal normative legal acts have been brought into compliance with federal legislation.