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President Vladimir Putin headed the supervisory board of the All-Russian Movement of Children and Youth, and also approved its composition, follows from the decree published on the official Internet portal of legal information.
The Supervisory Board, in particular, included: Deputy Prime Ministers Tatyana Golikova and Dmitry Chernyshenko, Minister of Education Sergei Kravtsov, Minister of Higher Education and Science Valery Falkov, Commissioner for Children's Rights Maria Lvova-Belova, First Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration Sergei Kiriyenko and former head of the Ministry of Education and Science , presidential aide Andrey Fursenko, as well as the head of Rosmolodezh, Ksenia Razuvaeva.
Also, the secretary of the General Council of United Russia Andrey Turchak, Governor of Sevastopol Mikhail Razvozhaev, Head of the Yamalo-Nenets District Dmitry Artyukhov and Rector of the Higher School of Economics Nikita Anisimov, but next to their names there is a note “by agreement”.
The bill on the all-Russian children's movement was submitted to the State Duma in May, on the centenary of the pioneers. It will unite schoolchildren and students aged from six to 18 years, more than 18 million children can potentially become members of the movement. Primary cells of the movement will be created in schools and colleges. The deputy head of Rosmolodezh, Damir Fattakhov, told RBC that the new movement of children would be divided into stages, following the example of the October and Komsomol.
The amendments to the second reading allowed the property to be transferred to the ownership of the new movement: we are talking primarily about the former homes of pioneers and children's camps. At the same time, the name of the movement “Big Change” was excluded from the bill. the participants themselves will choose the name at the congress in December.
On July 14, Putin signed the law on the children's movement, and during the Big Change competition; announced that he would head the supervisory board of the organization.
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The Kremlin emphasized that the creation of this movement does not imply a revival of the pioneers. The authors of the law noted that the main difference between the new organization and the pioneers is that it is not tied to a political party.
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