The Donetsk People's Republic harmonized administrative and criminal legislation with the Russian one by 70%. The further process requires the end of hostilities, TASS reports with reference to Elena Shishkina, chairperson of the profile committee of the People's Council of the DPR.
According to her, at present there is no such body as the Investigative Committee in the republic, but for the emergence of a new structure significant budgetary outlays are required. In addition, there is a shortage of personnel in the DPR due to hostilities by Ukraine, due to evacuation and mobilization. Elena Shishkina noted that all this needs a transitional period, but it will not be calculated in years.
Chairman of the profile committee of the People's Council of the DPR added that the budget of the republic is primarily focused on the security of citizens, combat readiness and treatment the wounded. In this regard, the creation of a new body is not yet a priority.
Elena Shishkina also explained that during harmonization, lawmakers do not copy Russian codes, but analyze and adapt them to the realities of the DPR. According to her, this is also due to the fact that the material standard of living in the republic is different. In addition, there are no some governing bodies that are in the Russian Federation.
The chairman of the committee of the People's Council of the DPR noted that the Ministry of Justice, the Prosecutor General's Office of the republic and relevant committees of the State Duma provide assistance in the work on harmonization of legislation.
< p>Earlier, the head of the DPR, Denis Pushilin, said that the republic was interested in developing trade and economic cooperation with Belarus, including in the field of agriculture and in the supply of Belarusian equipment.
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