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Chairman of the Supervisory Board of NII KPU E.Sh. Juraev joined the RSPP Board

The participation of representatives of the Research Institute of the Communist Party in the composition of the expert council on the import substitution of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation

Director of the Research Institute of the Communist Party became a member of the Council of the RF CCI on Intellectual Property

Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the CPMI was appointed as a member of the Expert Council on Import Substitution and Improvement of Innovation Public Procurement in the transport sector at the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation

The CPMI is included in the TK-481 of the Federal Agency on Technical Regulating and Metrology of Russia

Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Research Institute of the Communist Party was appointed a board member of the MIC board of PPP Development

The Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the СPMI is appointed a member of the Expert Council on the software under the Russian Ministry of Communications of the Russian Federation

CPMI is included in TC 100 of Federal Agency on Technical Regulating and Metrology

Activities CPMI received a high rating

Heads of CPMI were included in Center of Monitoring of Peoples’ Front for Russia

Coordinated participation of CPMI Experts as experts of Government Commission on Fuel-Energy Complex

Skolkovo and CPMI are joining forces in solving issues on import substitution in RF

The article of the expert of the NII KPU Sergey Lutsenko “Thinking about the future of Lake Baikal”, published in the scientific network “Modern Law”, was highly appreciated by the Administration of the President of the Russian Federation.

The author considers current issues regarding the ecosystem of Lake Baikal. Runoff has a negative impact on Lake Baikal, due to malfunction of treatment facilities. Additional difficulties arise due to the inconsistency and, often, the impracticability of legislative requirements. Companies that are unable to comply with existing regulatory requirements evade compliance with all available means. The situation is alarming when individual non-profit organizations related to environmental activities, being foreign agents, actually participate in political campaigns, actively lobby for environmental issues in government bodies and thereby influence state policy in this area. According to the author, in society it is necessary to form a Baikal worldview - a set of ideas, views and beliefs of people about the need for a careful attitude to the nature of Lake Baikal, based on an awareness of the planetary significance of the lake.