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State Duma Committee supported the idea of the immunity of the ex-president
The State Duma Committee on State Building and Legislation approved the idea of securing the immunity of the former President of the Russian Federation in the Constitution. According to the deputies, the amendment is necessary so that after leaving the post, the ex-head of state could work calmly.
According to "Rossiyskaya Gazeta“With reference to the text of the document, the resigned president has immunity and can lose it only in accordance with article 93 of the Constitution. Currently, these norms are enshrined only in the federal law on guarantees to the former head of the country.
According to the head of the Duma’s profile committee, Pavel Krashennikov, the amendment is needed so that “the guarantor of the Constitution, who resigns from a responsible position, can continue to work further.”