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MOSCOW, July 13 (Itar-Tass) —— Members of parliament representing the Communist Party of the Russian Federation walked out of the State Duma Friday in protest of the plans of the house majority to put up for consideration a bill on the so-called 'postponed mandate'.
The bill was drafted by representatives of all the four parliamentary factions, but a Duma committee in charge of the mandate issue recommended to turn it down in the second reading.
The Communist opposition asked to put off consideration of the bill until autumn.