The MP said that the need for the introduction of the law about the Russian nation

MOSCOW, Nov 2 RIA Novosti. The Chairman of the state Duma Committee on nationalities Ildar Gilmutdinov, answering a question about the bill on the Russian nation, said that for the emergence of such a law, it is necessary to conduct a lot of preliminary work.

On Monday, Russian President Vladimir Putin supported the idea of establishing a law on the Russian nation. The proposal to establish such a law were made at a meeting of the Council for interethnic relations.

Gilmutdinov told in what stage is the work on the law of the Russian nation; legislators are working on the technical specifications and consult with the expert community.

“The President stated this on Monday, and you have today require the content of the law, provision of articles of the Federal law. Let’s, shall we say, objective. In order for such a Federal law, it is necessary to undertake a lot of preliminary work in the first place. We with the expert community, all stakeholders must form a technical task… It (the law) should be a unifying, focused on the positive. Maybe he would be a framework? We over it now I think,” said Gilmutdinov Wednesday at a press conference at the international multimedia press center MIA “Russia today”.

The MP also noted that now there is consultation with all agencies that will be involved in the development of this Federal law. “As soon as we come to understand that it is like this, and will develop the terms of reference… it will be clear what the content of that law,” he added.

Gilmutdinov also noted that while working on the law of the Russian nation will take into account international experience, particularly the experience of Kazakhstan.

The MP stressed that the question of nationalities in Russia is particularly important, so the politician believes it is not superfluous to create a separate Department devoted to this subject.

“I have always been a supporter, after all, the Ministry of national policy… That it had the right to create their own legal documents,” he explained.