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SOCHI, February 25. /TASS/. The access to an all-Russia anti-corruption social network "Vzyatke-NET" (Say ‘No' to Bribe) will open up in early March, a member of the State Duma anti-corruption expert council said on Wednesday.
The network will be launched to help ordinary Russians maintain contacts with anti-corruption officials, Anatoly Smirnov said.
He said that the network will first be available to lawyers and representatives of anti-corruption structures.
Smirnov said the new network will be an effective instrument for anti-corruption professionals.
"Among them are the presidential anti-corruption council and other structures," he added.
The network users will be able to post images and set up or join online anti-corruption communities, he said.