March 15, 2013 13:04
No reason for early dissolution of State Duma - MP
MOSCOW. March 15 (Interfax) - The chairman of the State Duma Constitutional Legislation and State Development Committee, Vladimir Pligin, has said he sees no reason to dissolve the current State Duma before its term in office expires.
"There are no grounds to dissolve the current State Duma, which was elected in accordance with laws and the constitution. That is why I see no reason to question its legitimacy," Pligin said at a press conference at the Interfax central office, answering a question from the agency's journalist.
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