course, to write a letter to the State Duma about any law, it is necessary to review it and make your own opinion.Otherwise, the text will not interest you about the law, and that someone told you about it.In this case, we are talking about a legislative act amending four existing law.The bill for such amendments passed three hearings in the State Duma, the Federation Council approved and signed by the president.After the publication of his text in "Rossiyskaya Gazeta" - the official publication of the Government of the Russian Federation - the law came into force in part July 30, 2012 (two points attributed by November 1, 2012).To view the
full text is on the website of this edition - a link to the appropriate page listed below.

to send the prepared treatment is easiest to use the appropriate form on the official website of the State Duma - the link to the page with the form given below.The text of the letter can be copied and pasted into the field "Message", type it directly into or attached as a separate file by writing at the same time an explanatory text.In the "This is addressed to" specify the name and title of the first person of the State Duma - "Chairman of the State Duma Sergey E. Naryshkin."The answer to your appeal, you can receive by email or regular mail - select the desired option and fill in the appropriate fields (they change when you change your selection).Do not forget about the "captcha" (the set of characters shown in the picture below the form) - it should be entered in the field above the button "Send a message" to persuade the site scripts that you are not a spammer robot.

If for any reason you do not want to send her a letter via the Internet, you can do it by regular mail.The mailing address of the State Duma - 103265, Russia, Moscow, ul.Okhotny Ryad, 1. A treatment can be attributed to the receiving State Duma, if you have the opportunity to visit her in Moscow is located near the metro station "Biblioteca.Lenin 'house №7 Moss Street.The reception is open without a lunch break from 9 to 17 (Friday - 16) hours each working day.