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The court ordered the Kamchatka deputies to cut their powers

The court ordered the Kamchatka deputies to cut their powers
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The deputies of Kamchatka will no longer be able to interfere in the activities of organizations and associations. According to the court decision, the law “On the status of a deputy of the legislative assembly of Kamchatka Krai”, which gives parliamentarians the right to attend meetings of any organizations, regardless of their form of ownership, should be amended.

Earlier, the regional law allowed deputies to impose on organizations the obligation to ensure not only their unimpeded access to any meetings and events, but also to receive as a matter of priority, as well as access to the requested information and documents. According to kam24, the regional prosecutor's office filed a lawsuit in court demanding to change the regional law as contrary to federal law.

The provisions of the law the court declared invalid. In the Legislative Assembly, they did not agree with such a decision and filed an appeal to the Supreme Court of Russia, but even there the conclusions of the regional court were recognized as legitimate. The court decision came into force, now the regional parliament is obliged to make changes to the document, limiting the powers of deputies.