The Presidential Executive Office was instructed to review proposals submitted by JSC Kribrum president Igor Ashmanov regarding the implementation of the project to create a self-regulating register of toxic content in the internet in order to protect minors and take relevant support steps if needed.
Instructions to the Government involve additional monthly material support for special merits to the Russian Federation covering holders of three Orders of Courage; benefits and privileges to heads of non-profit organisations who work on a pro-bono basis; enforcing by the federal executive bodies of powers in the area of protecting and developing specially protected natural territories of federal importance; identifying patterns of deviant behaviour in children and adolescents and rendering them up-to-date pedagogical, psychological and medical aid.
In addition, the Government was instructed to consider the issue of making it possible for citizens of the Russian Federation residing in Donetsk and Lugansk regions of Ukraine to apply for social payments and benefits through the integrated state and municipal services website.
Instructions to the Government and presidential plenipotentiary envoys in the Far Eastern, Siberian and Volga Federal Districts deal with protecting the rights of small indigenous peoples living in areas, which had their administrative status changed due to the integration of some of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation.
Instructions to the Government, jointly with the Presidential Executive Office and the Central Election Commission, refer to the realisation of the active election rights of the Russian citizens who are not registered in their place of residence and those who were granted citizenship of the Russian Federation in a simplified manner under the Presidential Executive Order of April 24, 2019.
Instructions to the Government and the State Council Commissions on Agriculture, and Environment and Natural Resources deal with reforestation of agricultural lands that are not used for their designated purpose, including in pursuance of climate projects.
Instructions to the Government and regional executive bodies have to do, in particular, with the rights to receive pensions and medical aid at their actual place of stay by people with no fixed abode, and assistance for commercial organisations, which provide social support and medical aid to such people.
Instructions to the Finance Ministry, jointly with the Justice Ministry and the Federal Penitentiary Service, deal with allocating additional funding from the federal budget for expanding the network of correctional centres and creating more jobs for persons sentenced to community work within the implementation of the Concept of the Penal and Correctional System of the Russian Federation to 2030.
The Ministry of Justice, jointly with the Prosecutor General’s Office and the Presidential Council for Civil Society and Human Rights, were instructed to analyse the legislation concerning regulation of the activities of non-profit organisations functioning as foreign agents, including with regards to their exclusion from the register of such organisations. If deemed necessary, proposals should be submitted on improving the legislation.
The Ministry of Justice, together with the Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Media, with participation of the Presidential Council for Civil Society and Human Rights and the Russian Union of Journalists, were instructed to analyse the provisions of the legislation on regulating the activities of the mass media outlets functioning as foreign agents, and precedents in its application. If deemed necessary, proposals should be submitted on improving the legislation.
In order to perpetuate the memory of civilian victims of the Great Patriotic War, the Ministry of Education was instructed to allocate special days in the schedule of morale-building work dedicated to commemorating the victims of genocide by the Nazis and their proxies, including January 27, International Holocaust Remembrance Day, as the day of the liberation of the prisoners of the Nazi Auschwitz-Birkenau (Oswiecim) death camp by the Red Army.
Instructions to the Prosecutor General’s Office deal, in part, with monitoring compliance with legislation in the area of catching, protecting and using cetaceans, including licencing their catching.
The Houses of the Federal Assembly were issued recommendations to review a draft federal law which specifies the notion of “torture” in accordance with the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (UNGA Resolution 39/46 of December 10, 1984) and enhances criminal liability of public agents for committing a criminal act with the use of torture.
Separate recommendations were issued to the Supreme Court, Bank of Russia and the Government of Moscow.