decision of President Putin to establish a provisional administration
in Chechnya was mandatory.
Today there are no other
options, said the First Deputy Head of the Yabloko faction
Sergei Ivanenko in an interview with journalists.
In his opinion: This decree
simply refers to the situation that has developed in Chechnya
today, which determined the system of power in the Chechen
Republic. Direct presidential rule of Chechnya has de facto
Ivanenko added: However,
this institution is not represented in Russian law.
"A law On a State of Emergency
needs to be adopted urgently, in order to provide legal
regulation of the situation in Chechnya and create a normal
form of rule there. The status of the governing bodies should
be determined by this law, rather than by some special law
on direct federal rule", noted Ivanenko.
Ivanenko added that the
Duma Council had adopted a decision to include the issue
of adopting a federal constitutional law on a state of emergency
in the agenda of the Duma for June.
Ivanenko also said that
notably today the Secretary of the Security Council Sergei
Ivanov had made the significant declaration that it was
impossible to resolve the conflict in Chechnya by military
means and that a political solution of this problem was