Expired-the Federal law dated Sept. 2, N-3 FZ RUSSIAN FEDERATION FEDERAL LAW on amendments and additions to article 10 of the law of the Russian Federation "on militia" adopted by the State Duma November 5, 1999 year Article 1. To amend article 10 of the law of the Russian Federation from April 18, 1991 N 1026-I "the militia" (records of the RSFSR Congress of people's deputies and the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR, 1991, no. 16, art. 503; Gazette of the Congress of people's deputies of the Russian Federation and the Supreme Soviet of the Russian Federation, 1993, N 10, art. 360; Collection of laws of the Russian Federation, 1999, N 14, art. 1666) the following change and additions: paragraph 23, insert the following text: "23) to promote within their authority deputies of representative bodies of State power, bodies of local self-government, candidates registered candidates or elected positions in State bodies, local self-government bodies, officials of public authorities and local self-government bodies, members of electoral commissions, commissions referendum, representatives of public associations in the fulfilment of their legitimate activities If it turns out to be opposition or danger ";
supplement paragraphs 27 and 28 read as follows: "27) provide assistance to electoral commissions, commissions in their referendum powers, including to provide electoral commissions on their requests for information about the availability of appeal or have outstanding conviction candidates registered candidates for deputies or for elective posts in the organs of State power, bodies of local self-government;
28) to take measures to stop the campaign, during the preparation and holding of the referendum, contrary to the law of electioneering, campaigning on the referendum (including measures to curb attempts to bribe voters, voters), inform the corresponding Election Commission or Commission a referendum about facts disclosed violations and taken measures in this regard. "
Article 2. This federal law shall enter into force on the day of its official publication.
Russian President Boris Yeltsin in Moscow, the Kremlin December 6, 1999 N 209-FZ