Putin approves national anti-corruption plan

Russian President Vladimir Putin has approved the national anti-corruption plan for 2014-2015.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has approved the national anti-corruption plan for 2014-2015.

The presidential decree was posted on the official legal data portal.

The same decree advised chambers of the Russian Federal Assembly to ensure the compliance of Federation Council members and State Duma deputies with the bans, restrictions and duties imposed by Russian legislation and ethical norms.

The chambers are also expected to ensure the compliance of parliament members with gift regulations.

Heads of federal executive bodies will adjust before July 1, 2014, their anti-corruption plans for "achieving concrete results and controlling the fulfillment of anti-corruption measures."

The similar work must be done before August 1 by the authorities of Russian constituent territories and local self-government bodies.

The president ordered the Public Chamber, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Russian Jurists Association, political parties and business unions to continue the promotion of public intolerance for corruptive practices.

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