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A new section opened on the Russian president’s official website for schoolchildren
A new section opened on the Russian president’s official website for schoolchildren (www.uznai-presidenta.ru) on Monday. The section is called “The Constitution” and consists of four subsections: “The Rights and Freedoms of Citizens”, “The State”, “The President”, and “State Power”. The first subsection, “The Rights and Freedoms of Citizens”, is devoted to the rights of children in Russia. It tells children about their rights in a simple and playful form. The next subsection, “The State”, tells of the structure of government in Russia and its constituent regions and republics. The “President” section is presented in the form of a game called “Presidential Verbs”. It tells of the constitutional rights and obligations of the head of state. The final section, “State Power”, explains the principle of separation of powers and invites visitors to play a game called “The Passage of a Law”, which tells in simple terms about legislative work. The new section, “The Constitution”, completes the renovation of a large segment of the website called “Russia”, which also features such sections as “The Symbols”, “The Official Language”, “The Army”, and “The History of Power”. They were renovated earlier this year. Now the total size of the presidential website has reached 50 megabytes.
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