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CHAPTER 6

THE GOVERNMENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

 

Article 110

1. Executive power in the Russian Federation shall be exercised by the Government of the Russian Federation.

2. The Government of the Russian Federation shall consist of the Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation, deputy chairmen of the Govern­ment of the Russian Federation and federal ministers.

 

Article 111

1. The Chairman of the Government of the Rus­sian Federation shall be appointed by the President of the Russian Federation with the consent of the State Duma.

2. Nominations for the Chairman of the Govern­ment of the Russian Federation shall be submitted not later than two weeks after a newly-elected Presi­dent of the Russian Federation assumes office or af­ter the resignation of the Government of the Russian Federation or within one week after the State Duma has rejected a nomination.

3. The State Duma shall consider the candidate nominated by the President of the Russian Federa­tion for the post of Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation within one week after the submission of the nomination.

4. In the event that the State Duma rejects the candidates for the post of Chairman of the Govern­ment of the Russian Federation three times, the President of the Russian Federation shall appoint the Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation, dissolve the State Duma and announce new elections.

 

Article 112

1. The Chairman of the Government of the Rus­sian Federation shall, not later than one week after appointment, submit to the President of the Russian Federation proposals on the structure of federal exe­cutive government bodies.

2. The Chairman of the Government of the Rus­sian Federation shall propose to the President of the Russian Federation candidates for the posts of depu­ty chairmen of the Government of the Russian Fe­deration and federal ministers.

 

Article 113

The Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation, in accordance with the Constitution of the Russian Federation, federal laws and edicts of the President of the Russian Federation, shall determine the basic objectives of the activities of the Government of the Russian Federation and shall organize its work.

 

Article 114

1. The Government of the Russian Federation:

a) shall work out and submit to the State Duma the federal budget and ensure its implementation; shall submit to the State Duma a report on the implementa­tion of the federal budget; shall submit to the State Duma the annual reports on results of its activity, in­cluding the points raised by the State Duma24;

b) shall ensure the implementation in the Russian Federation of a uniform financial, credit and mone­tary policy;

c) shall ensure the implementation in the Russian Federation of a uniform State policy in the sphere of culture, science, education, health, social security and ecology;

d) shall carry out the administration of federal property;

e) shall carry out measures to secure the defence of the country, State security, and implementation of the foreign policy of the Russian Federation;

f) shall implement measures to ensure lawfulness and civil rights and freedoms, protect property and public order, and combat crime;

g) shall exercise other functions, which are en­trusted to it by the Constitution of the Russian Fede­ration, federal laws and edicts of the President of the Russian Federation.

2. The procedure for the activities of the Govern­ment of the Russian Federation shall be determined by federal constitutional law.

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24 Wording of paragraph "a" of Part 1 is presented in accor­dance with the Law of the Russian Federation on amendment to the Constitution of the Russian Federation dated December 30, 2008 No. 7-FKZ "On Supervisory Powers of the State Duma in Relation to the Government of the Russian Federation", which came into force from the day of its official publication on De­cember 31, 2008 (Rossiyskaya Gazeta, December 31, 2008).

 

Article 115

1. On the basis of the Constitution of the Russian Federation, federal laws and normative edicts of the President of the Russian Federation and for the pur­pose of their implementation, the Government of the Russian Federation shall issue decrees and regu­lations and ensure their implementation.

2. Decrees and regulations of the Government of the Russian Federation shall be binding in the Rus­sian Federation.

3. In the event that decrees and regulations of the Government of the Russian Federation conflict with the Constitution of the Russian Federation, federal laws and edicts of the President of the Russian Fede­ration, they may be abolished by the President of the Russian Federation.

 

Article 116

The Government of the Russian Federation shall resign its powers before a newly-elected President of the Russian Federation.

 

Article 117

1. The Government of the Russian Federation may offer its resignation and the President of the Russian Federation shall either accept or reject it.

2. The President of the Russian Federation may decide on the resignation of the Government of the Russian Federation.

3. The State Duma may express no confidence in the Government of the Russian Federation. A reso­lution of no confidence in the Government shall be adopted by a majority of votes of the total number of deputies of the State Duma. After the State Duma has expressed no confidence in the Government of the Russian Federation, the President of the Russian Federation shall have the right to announce the resig­nation of the Government or to reject the decision of the State Duma.

In the event that the State Duma expresses no confidence in the Government of the Russian Fede­ration again within three months, the President of the Russian Federation shall announce the resigna­tion of the Government or dissolve the State Duma.

4. The Chairman of the Government of the Rus­sian Federation may raise before the State Duma the issue of confidence in the Government of the Rus­sian Federation. If the State Duma returns a vote of no confidence, the President shall within seven days adopt a decision on the resignation of the Govern­ment of the Russian Federation or on the dissolution of the State Duma and the announcement of new elections.

5. In the event of the resignation or cessation of the powers of the Government of the Russian Fede­ration, it shall continue to work on the instructions of the President of the Russian Federation until a new Government of the Russian Federation is formed.

 


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