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UFA, November 28 (Itar-Tass) — State Duma speaker Sergei Naryshkin said he would meet representatives of non-parliamentary parties, which have no seats in the lower house of parliament, on Friday, November 30.
Naryshkin said the meeting would involve the parties’ representatives who took part in the meeting on October 4. Then Naryshkin said he would set up a council of non-parliamentary parties soon.
The existing legislation allows the parties, which have no seats in the State Duma, to take part in plenary sessions not less than one time a year. However, the teeming party construction process started in Russia after amendments were made in legislation to cardinally change the conditions and requirements for the creation of parties and after the lower house of parliament was set the task to find new forms of interaction.