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MOSCOW, May 7 (Itar-Tass) — Russia’s outgoing President Dmitry Medvedev has endorsed a list of instructions that were elaborated after his meeting with the presidential Council for Civil Society and Human Rights of April 28, the Kremlin press service reported on Monday.
Thus, Medvedev instructed to square, by July, recommendations prepared by a working group to perpetuate the memory of victims of political repressions.
He also ordered to hold meetings of the governmental migration policy commission at least once every three months.
The outgoing president also instructed to submit proposals on amendments to the Russian laws on the procedure of rallies, marches, demonstrations and pickets, and to laws on administrative liability to secure better protection of constitutional rights and freedoms of Russian citizens.
The interior ministry was ordered to set up a hot line for citizens to inform about violations and offences committed by police officers.
He also ordered, by July, to make proposals on amendments to the Russian Criminal Code to hold state servants liable for concealing information about conflict of interests.