Anatolii Vybornyi: model legislation forms uniform approaches to security within the CSTO

Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Security and Corruption Control, Chairman of the Standing Committee of the CSTO Parliamentary Assembly on Defense and Security, Anatolii Vybornyi spoke at an interdepartmental scientific-practical conference on the topic “Model legislation of the CSTO and the CIS member states as a tool to ensure security and counter the new challenges and threats"
Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Security and Corruption Control Anatolii Vybornyi
Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Security and Corruption Control Anatolii Vybornyi

The conference addressed topical issues of the development of model legislation of the CSTO the CIS member states, as well as its use to improve the legal mechanisms for ensuring national and international security. Problems, prospects, and features of the implementation of the provisions of the model legislation into the legal systems of the CSTO and the CIS member states countries were also discussed.

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“Having a progressive nature, the provisions of model legislation act as the basis for the formation of coordinated approaches of the CSTO and the CIS member states while building a modern effective and balanced system for ensuring collective and national security,” said Anatolii Vybornyi Vyborny Anatoly Borisovich Vyborny
Anatoly Borisovich

The parliamentarian stressed that “our main task is to work together with the scientific community to develop legal mechanisms aimed at the timely creation, adoption, and implementation of model legislative acts that meet contemporary challenges and threats. The CSTO member states are unanimous in the opinion that we should implement preventive legislation into national legal systems, meaning to act proactively. One of the successful examples of such work is the formation of the Unified list of terrorist organizations. This will exclude situations when a terrorist organization banned in one CSTO member state will be legal in another.”

“Working in close contact with representatives of the scientific community is another step towards the transition from a defensive agenda to offensive prevention. As a result, the effectiveness of ensuring security not only among the member states of the organization but within the entire CSTO will increase,” Anatolii Vybornyi noted.