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THE COUNCIL FOR COSSACK AFFAIRS UNDER THE PRESIDENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION



The Council for Cossack Affairs under the President of the Russian Federation was established in January 2009 as a negotiating and advisory body for the implementation of state policy with respect to the Cossacks. It has 50 members. The main goals of the Council are to submit to the President proposals to determine the priority areas of state policy with respect to the Russian Cossacks, and also to participate in the development of draft bills and regulations in this area.
There are 17 members in the presidium of the Council for Cossack Affairs under the President of the Russian Federation:
Beglov A.D. – Deputy Chief of the President’s Administration (Chairman of the Council)
Govorun O.M. – Head of Presidential Department for Internal Politics (Deputy Chairman of the Council)
Ananyev S.A. – Deputy Minister of Natural Recourses and Ecology
Busygin A.E. – Deputy Minister of Culture
Velichko A.M. – Deputy Minister of Justice
Vodolatsky V.P. – Member of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly, ataman of the Cossack military society Vsevelikoye Voysko Donskoye
Gaevsky V.V. – Governor of the Stavropol Territory
Kalina I.I. – Deputy Minister of Education and Science of the Russian Federation
Kenyaikin V.F. – Director of the Department for Liaisons with the Subjects of the Federation, Parliament and Public Associations of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia
Konstantinov N.N. – Head of the President’s Executive Office (executive secretary of the Council)
Petrikov A.V. – Secretary of State – Deputy Minister of Agriculture of the Russian Federation
Polezhaev L.K. – Governor of the Omsk region
Rozhnov O.A. – Deputy Minister of Sports, Tourism and Youth Policy
Sukhodolsky M.I. – First Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs
Tkachev A.N. – Head of Administration (Governor) of the Krasnodar Territory
Travnikov M.A. – Deputy Minister of Regional Development
Choob V.F. – Head of Administration (Governor) of the Rostov Region

Regulation concerning the Council

1. The Council for Cossack Affairs under the President of the Russian Federation (hereinafter – the Council) is a negotiating and advisory body under the President of the Russian Federation created for the purpose of the implementation of state policy with respect to the Russian Cossacks.
2. Activities of the Council shall be regulated by the Constitution of the Russian Federation, federal laws, orders and resolutions of the President of the Russian Federation and this Regulation.
3. The Regulation concerning the Council and its members shall be approved by the President of the Russian Federation.
4. The primary objectives of the Council are:
- To prepare proposals for the President regarding the determination of the priority areas of state policy with respect to the Russian Cossacks;
- To regularly notify the President of the Russian Federation on matters relating to the Russian Cossacks;
- To participate in the development of draft bills and regulations regarding the implementation of state policy with respect to the Russian Cossacks;
- To ensure cooperation between federal governmental authorities, governmental authorities of the Subjects of the Russian Federation and local self-governing bodies with Cossack communities and Cossack public associations;
- To analyze the activities of Cossack communities and Cossack public associations.
5. The Council, for the purpose of performing its primary objectives, is entitled to:
- Request and obtain in accordance with the established procedure the necessary materials from federal governmental authorities, governmental authorities of the Subjects of the Russian Federation, local self-governing bodies, public associations and scientific organizations, as well as from Cossack communities and Cossack public associations;
- Invite to its meetings officials of federal governmental authorities, governmental authorities of the Subjects of the Russian Federation, local self-governing bodies, representatives of public associations, scientific organizations, Cossack communities and Cossack public associations;
- Engage, in accordance with the established procedure, scientists and specialists to work with the Council, including on a contractual basis;
- Send members of the Council to participate in events organized by Cossack communities and Cossack public associations and events held by federal governmental authorities, governmental authorities of the Subject of the Russian Federation, local self-governing bodies in which matters relating to the Russian Cossacks are discussed;
6. The Council consists of the Chairman of the Council, his Deputy, executive secretary and members of the Council who work with it on a voluntary basis.
The Council may include representatives of the Administration of the President of the Russian Federation, the Government of the Russian Federation, federal governmental authorities, governmental authorities of the Subjects of the Russian Federation, Cossack communities, Cossack public associations, other non-governmental associations and scientific organizations.
7. The Council may, in accordance with the goals imposed thereon, create permanent and temporary commissions (work groups) from its members as well as scientists and specialists working with it, who are not members of the Council. Members of the Council shall manage the activities of such commissions (work groups).
8. For the purpose of resolving the ongoing issues relating to the work of the Council and the coordination of the work of commissions (work groups) the presidium of the Council shall be formed consisting of the Chairman of the Council, his Deputy, executive secretary and Heads of permanent commissions (work groups).
Resolutions adopted by the presidium of the Council shall be documented in a protocol signed by the member of the presidium presiding at its meeting.
9. The Council shall perform its activities in accordance with the plan approved by the Council.
10. Meetings of the Council shall be held at least once every three months. If necessary, extraordinary meetings of the Council may be held. The Chairman of the Council or his Deputy shall preside at meetings of the Council.
11. A meeting of the Council shall be deemed qualified if at least half of all the members of the Council are present. Resolutions of the Council shall be adopted by the majority of votes of Council members present at the meeting and documented in a protocol signed by the Chairman of the meeting of the Council.
Resolutions of the Council are recommendatory.
Resolutions of the Council may be sent to members of the Council, Heads of federal governmental authorities, governmental authorities of the Subjects of the Russian Federation, local self-governing bodies, representatives of Cossack communities and Cossack public associations and other interested parties.
12. The Council has its own letterhead. Correspondence relating to activities of the Council shall be signed by the Chairman of the Council, his Deputy or executive secretary of the Council.