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MOSCOW, October 28 (Itar-Tass) —— The Public Committee of Dmitry Medvedev's Supporters opens a website for every Russian citizen to participate in discussions of initiatives of the country's leaders, the Izvestia newspaper cited First Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee for Information Policies Robert Shlegel as saying.
"Each will be proposed there to become a participant of the "big government. It is a mechanism of back communication with all citizens," Shlegel said.
According to the legislator, the portal of state services will be added to the "big government" site.
To participate in the work of the government, a visitor must register on the website. The person will appear in the contact base and will have an opportunity to take part in discussions raised by Medvedev and the committee and to vote. It is also possible to leave anonymous comments.
It should be mentioned that not all of the opinions will be presented to the president. Only selected comments will appear on the website. The users’ opinions will be selected, grouped and only then put onto the website, the newspaper noted.