Konstantin Khabensky in the role Kolchack: the film “Admiral”
The President of Russia Vladimir Putin has no position on the initiative on renaming of a post of the President of the Supreme ruler. On Wednesday, January 29, reported the press-Secretary of Russian leader Dmitry Peskov, reports TASS.
“While it all goes in the mode of discussion is a new initiative,” he said. Thus the official representative of the Kremlin has responded to the proposal for the revival of Russia’s office of the Supreme ruler, which was received by the working group on preparation of proposals on introducing amendments to the Constitution.
“Then, as a result of discussion, of course, some will drop out, some accepted, some not” — said Peskov.
Earlier in January, co-chair of the working group, the head of the Duma Committee on state construction and legislation Pavel Krasheninnikov, in an interview to “the Russian newspaper” told about the “very interesting” proposals received by the Commission. “For example, I propose to rename the position of head of state to the Supreme ruler,” said he.
January 15, Russian President Vladimir Putin delivered a message to the Federal Assembly, which proposed to amend the Constitution. After that, set up a working group to discuss initiatives of the President, which included about 70 people.
The position of Supreme ruler of Russia was established in 1918. The only person who was Admiral Alexander Kolchak. In 1920 it was abolished.
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