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Vladimir Putin is discussing Public Chamber issues with representatives of the presidential consultative bodies in the Kremlin
Putin proposed to set up the Public Chamber at an extended government session with heads of the Federation members in September of 2004. The law came into force July 1 and stipulates legislative bases for the Public Chamber's formation, work and goals, including the public examination of bills and amendments to the Constitution, public control over the executive bodies and promotion of nationwide initiatives. The Public Chamber comprises 126 people. The Russian president will appoint the first 42 representatives from among Russian citizens who have rendered special services to society and the state. These appointees will select 42 candidates from all-Russia public organizations. After that, the 84 members will select another 42 representatives of regional and inter-regional public organizations. The Public Chamber members will be elected for two years. Any Russian citizen older than 18 can join the chamber. The Russian president, parliament and government members, judges and state officials cannot be chamber members. Political parties can nominate candidates for the chamber, but they will have to suspend their party membership if they join the chamber. Public Chamber sessions will be held at least twice a year and will issue recommendations, proposals, addresses and conclusions. The chamber will also publish annual reports on the condition of civil society in Russia
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