Expired-code of Russian Federation from out N 197-FZ of the RUSSIAN FEDERATION FEDERAL LAW on amendments to article 168 of the labour code of the Russian Federation adopted by the State Duma on June 21, 2001 year approved by the Federation Council June 29, 2001 year Article 1. Amendment to article 168 of the labour code of the Russian Federation (Gazette of the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR, 1971, no. 50, art. 1007; 1982, no. 47, art. 1725; Gazette of the Congress of people's deputies of the Russian Federation and the Supreme Soviet of the Russian Federation, 1992, no. 41, art. 2254; Collection of laws of the Russian Federation, 1995, no. 35, St. 3504; 1999, N 18, art. 2210), describing it as follows: "article 168. Employees who have adopted a child leave, employees who have adopted a child, shall be granted for the period from the day of adoption and before the expiration of the seventy calendar days from the date of birth of the adopted child, and while adoption of two or more children-one hundred and ten calendar days from the day of their birth.
At the request of employees who adopted the child (children), they are granted childcare leave until the child (them) the age of three years.
In the case of adoption of a child (children) both spouses mentioned holidays are granted to one spouse at their discretion.
Women who adopt a child if they choose instead leave specified in paragraph 1 of this article shall be granted maternity leave for the period from the date of adoption of a child and before the expiration of the seventy calendar days, and while the adoption of two or more children-one hundred and ten calendar days from the day of their birth.
Order granting such leave, which ensures the preservation of the confidentiality of adoption is determined by the Government of the Russian Federation. "
Article 2. The Government of the Russian Federation to bring its normative acts in compliance with this federal law.
Article 3. This federal law shall enter into force on the day of its official publication.
The President of the Russian Federation v. Putin Kremlin, Moscow July 10, 2001 N 90-FZ