The President will take part in the expanded meeting of the General Prosecutor Office's Board. The meeting will sum up the Office’s 2015 results and identify the main directions for 2016.
The key subjects for discussion will include anti-corruption efforts, anti-terrorism efforts, protection of interests of society and the state in various spheres, and other current issues. The Board will feature 317 public prosecutors and judges representing all Russian regions.
On the same day Vladimir Putin will chair the first meeting of the working group to monitor and analyse law enforcement practice in entrepreneurial activity. The meeting agenda includes a number of proposals from the business community to legislatively ensure the rights of entrepreneurs.
The working group was created this February in accordance with the presidential instruction to organise interaction between entrepreneurial associations and federal authorities. The group includes representatives of the Presidential Executive Office, the Interior Ministry, the Federal Security Service, the Investigative Committee and the Prosecutor General’s Office as well as major business associations such as the Chamber of Trade and Industry, the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, OPORA Russia and Delovaya Rossiya. The working group is headed by Chief of Staff of the Presidential Executive Office Sergei Ivanov.