On 1 September, the law on arbitration in the Russian Federation celebrated its three-year anniversary. The system of pocket arbitration proceedings, which flourished for many years, has essentially been destroyed <...> The law over the past three years has revealed a number of weaknesses in the regulatory environment related to these relations, and these weaknesses have been ironed out — Alexander Konovalov, Minister of Justice of the Russian Federation.
The investigation, the prosecutors who support the state prosecution, and, of course, the judges need to understand that if you want to bring the accusation of fraud against someone based on 159 [article of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, – Ed.], you must prove intent – a premeditated violation of the law and the rights of its counterparty. <...> There should be a special clarification from the Plenum of the Supreme Court — Boris Titov, Presidential Commissioner of the Russian Federation for the Protection of Entrepreneurs’ Rights.
Now in Russia they are continuing to develop a proven flexible system of fire regulations in order to prevent the introduction of additional, unreasonably burdensome requirements — Aleksey Serko, State Secretary, Deputy Minister of the Russian Federation for Civil Defence, Emergencies and Elimination of Consequences of Natural Disasters.