At the plenary meeting of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Collective Security Treaty Organization, seven model normative acts were adopted: one law, five recommendations, and one recommendation list of corpus delicti and administrative offenses in the sphere of ensuring the information security of individuals, society and a state.
The documents are aimed at harmonization of the legislation of the Organization's member states in the following areas:
- fight against corruption and terrorism;
- counteracting the spread of Nazism;
- ensuring internal stability;
- counteracting technologies of external destructive impact aimed at destabilizing the situation in sovereign states.
They also relate to the provision of collective humanitarian assistance in response to emerging crisis situations on the territory of the CSTO member states and the functioning of collective peacekeeping forces.
The Chairman of the State Duma, the Chairman of the CSTO PA, Viacheslav Volodin Volodin
Viaсheslav Viktoroviсh The Chairman of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation of the seventh convocation. He was elected as part of the federal list of candidates proposed by the All-Russian political party “United Russia” , noted the importance of these documents and indicated that their adoption will allow participants to counteract the challenges facing the Organization's member states more effectively.
These approaches, according to Viacheslav Volodin, ”will help effectively confront today’s challenges.“
“The acts are aimed at the coordinated development and integration of basic systems of legislation in the sphere of ensuring national security, filling in gaps in national legislation and resolving issues requiring a uniform solution by all CSTO member-states,” said the Chairman of the State Duma.
He also emphasized the particular importance of recommendations for improving legislation in the sphere of countering the spread of Nazism to suppress any attempts to revive it.
“It is about protecting history, protecting those who cannot protect themselves today,” said Viacheslav Volodin. He noted that everything must be done to preserve the monuments and graves of heroes from destruction.