Medvedev entered into a clinch with the Duma anti-corruption laws should enter into force immediately
President of Russia Dmitry Medvedev spoke against the postponement of the entry into force of the proposed anti-corruption measures. We will remind, by results of presidential training package for the second reading the state Duma Committee on constitutional legislation and state construction has decided that provisions of the pending bills will only apply from 1 January 2010.Dmitry Medvedev signed an anti-corruption plan 31 July 2008. Presidential anti-corruption package consists of four draft laws, "On combating corruption" - provides increased control over the civil servants, in particular the mandatory Declaration of officials and their family members, their income and assets. In the first reading the package was approved by Parliament on 7 November .In the second reading the state Duma will consider anti-corruption bills on Wednesday."Nezavisimaya Gazeta" writes that Medvedev is clearly not expected that the deputies will decide to postpone the entry into force of the proposed measures. At a meeting in the Kremlin on Tuesday, he stressed that insists on the immediate entry into force of the anti-corruption package.The President noted that some standards will begin to act immediately, others after some time because of the need to bring legislation into line. "But in any case, all these standards are enforceable from the date of entry into force of the law" - quoted Medvedev newspaper "Time of news".As for the positions of deputies, the decision to delay sources in the state Duma explain the crisis, which allegedly may prevent large-scale anti-corruption campaign.Experts believe the conflict between deputies and the head of state reflected the rebellion of the regions, as well as the desire of officials to stay longer under the Golden rain crisis of injections into the economy, writes "the Independent".At the same time Dmitry Medvedev called a correct rejection of the norms on the responsibilities of state and municipal employees "to inform on colleagues." Note that this provision has caused controversy in Parliament and the Committee of the state Duma proposed to delete it from the project. About this newspaper "Kommersant".Excluded from the text of the bill the duty of the officials, according to Dmitry Medvedev, is a controversial norm, it is not too clear from a moral and ethical point of view and its application in practice can be complicated.At the same time, the bill retains the duty of the civil servant to notify the management about cases personally treated persons "for the purpose of inducing him to commit corruption or other violations of This norm, according to the President, at this stage is enough.Work on the implementation spelled out in the bill intensified anti-corruption measures at the regional level. In particular, several jurisdictions have enacted laws to combat corruption, and create the appropriate coordinating structure. Tuesday by analogy with the Federal Council on combating corruption, which is headed by the President, a similar structure appeared in Moscow.