Moscow court to consider FBK's application of petition to abolish Yarovaya's package
The Anti-Corruption Foundation (FBK) is going to challenge the omission of Open Government, which ignored the document.
On February 10, the Moscow Tushino court will held a consideration of the application of the FBK in an Minister for Open Government Mikhail Abyzov's inactivity in connection with the filing of the petition to abolish the anti-terrorism package (Yarovaya's package).
As the FBK noted in a statement, the document was signed by 100 thousand people, a copy was sent to Abyzov, but the answer never came. Representatives of the defendant were not appeared in the court. The court held a pre-trial preparation in its absence, giving time to prepare positions.
We add that the petition was published in August last year on the website of the Russian Public Initiative (ROI). The document notes that the implementation of the provisions of the Yarovaya's package "requires a lot of money and can lead many internet companies to bankruptcy," and "infringes upon human rights."
Deputy Yuri Gontar’, leader of the Edinaya Rossia (United Russia) Fraction in the Stavropol Krai Duma, highly values health resort treatment. His son has even re-zoned his private manor into a health resort, leased 2.3 ha of surrounding lands, and seized two village ponds. The controlling authorities don’t dare to interfere in the healthy lifestyle of the Deputy's family.
Within a few months, state-owned companies should develop a clear plan for import substitution in the field of software until 2021. Since 2015, the government has required them to use the domestic software.