MOSCOW, 15 March – RIA Novosti. Nikolai Kharitonov, head of the Duma Committee on Regional Policy and Problems of the North and the Far East, proposed creating a Peasant Code, which would become a kind of textbook for those who live and work in the countryside.
“The Peasant Code suggests itself. In this code, it is possible to reduce all the legislative possibilities of the state to its workers in the village, which would enable a person to live normally, work normally, and produce his products normally,” Kharitonov told RIA Novosti.
According to him, this code could contain “all the possibilities and steps, all possible costs, so that those living and working on the earth could feel calm.” The head of the committee clarified that such a code could include a part of the Land Code, issues of loans and concessional lending, prices and quality of products.
“It's kind of like” Native Speech “, like a textbook, when I opened it – and there are answers to everything at once … The person opened” Native Speech “, read the chapters from where my activity begins, and calmly goes on. and this, and I, for my part, guarantee this and that, “explained Kharitonov.
“Endless” amendments “to one law, then to another”, government decrees that “can and can be canceled” sometimes mislead a person to such an extent that “just give up and spit on all this.”
Kharitonov recalled that the current convocation of the State Duma has about four months left to work, and it will take a lot of time to prepare such a legislative act.
“But all the same, we must strive for this. I am sure that the agrarian workers will be in the new convocation … Without solving the peasant question, we cannot balance the socio-economic or political situation,” concluded the parliamentarian from the Communist Party faction.